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Thailand's snake village



Steve Backshall visits a village where the inhabitants live alongside dangerous snakes.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Captain Risky on 8 March, 2019, 21:40
people need their heads examined. 
Comment icon #2 Posted by openozy on 9 March, 2019, 22:50
Sounds like where I've moved to in western NSW,Hardly a day goes by when my dogs and cats don't catch a snake, mostly baby snakes but are almost all Eastern brown snakes,the second most deadly in the world.Lost my best Jack Russell to a 6ft one two months ago,she divided it into 4 pieces before it killed her.We live next to a creek on a farm.If I was those people I'd be introducing myself to those snakes with a .410.


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