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A snake's best friend - deadly vipers

The documentary clip demonstrates what happens when humans and dangerous snakes get too close.


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Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 29 March, 2012, 10:43
I know someone who would not like this video I'm not too keen on snakes either so I don't blame him. Thank goodness we don't have rattlers here.
Comment icon #2 Posted by missymoo999 on 29 March, 2012, 20:54
I have a friend in California.He's a process server. He basically serves legal papers to people,when they are about to be sued.He has to do stake outs sometimes,as some of these people are ellusive. Famous too,so he goes to incredible mansions and all of this. He's been on no less than 3 jobs,where he went to a house,half in the desert,and the grounds leading to the house,have signs that say : Beware ! Active Rattle Snakes ! Well one house did,a couple didn't,but he knows what these traps look like now. These people like their privacy ,is all I can say,and enter at your ... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by Imaginarynumber1 on 30 March, 2012, 9:17
I love snakes. Such amazing animals.

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