The cɾuel fate of the snake Pᴏisᴏnᴏᴜs when fighting tҺe civet in the tree..!
The wild civet killed a poisonous snake right on the tree, which made many people shocked by the animal looking like a natural enemy in the life of wild animals.
The story of a hunter-turned-prey is not uncommon in the wildlife world, but the scene of a wild civet biting a venomous snake right in a tree makes many people jump and shocked at the murder. . capture this little animal.
Armed with a powerful venom capable of killing a human, the dispholidus typus snake is a fearsome predator in the wild. However, the mongoose is its nemesis when this animal is not afraid of the venom of the snake dispholidus typus.
As soon as it saw the snake slither to the tip of the branch, the killer civet approached the poisonous snake gently but firmly.
Realizing that danger is near, the snake tries to scurry away, trembling from the encirclement of the ferocious civet. However, the poor snake’s efforts were in vain as the civet was determined to eat snake meat for a day.
The mongoose that was chasing the poisonous snake was at a dead end, repeatedly biting into the snake’s head to cause damage until it found an opportunity to sink its sharp teeth into the snake’s head, completing the fatal blow. mine.
The dramatic and dramatic snake hunt was captured by South African photographer Elana Erasmus in Etosha National Park, Namibia.
After a period of fighting and racing, the poisonous snake is tired and exhausted, let fate push it to the worst outcome, becoming the food of the vicious mongoose.
Mongooses are not cold-blooded killers, but they are very aggressive when necessary. Once a mongoose bravely defeated 4 lion cubs and escaped.