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Snake Kills Bigger Snakes With World's Most Powerful Squeeze
No one knew how the king snake could take on snakes larger than itself—until now.
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World's Rarest Boa Rediscovered After 64 Years
The Cropan's boa, native to Brazil's Atlantic Forest, hadn't been seen alive since its discovery in 1953.
Deadly Snake Wags Tongue to Lure Its Prey—A First loading...
Deadly Snake Wags Tongue to Lure Its Prey—A First
Africa's puff adder is the only known snake to attract its victims with both tongue and tail, a new study says.
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7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have
Under-eye "flashlights," venom glands, claspers. Nature abounds with body parts that aren't found in humans.
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Tarantula Found Eating a Snake in Wild for First Time
The bloody scene, witnessed in Brazil, confirms that tarantulas are hardly picky eaters.
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Watch: 2-Metre Snake and Her Babies Rescued From Aussie Backyard
The 16 eggs will be raised in captivity and then released into the bush, according to the reptile-relocation group.
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Watch Superdeadly Snake Swallow Another Snake Whole
Rare video from Brisbane shows an eastern brown snake eating a carpet python.
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The Unconventional Life of India's Snake Man
World-renowned herpetologist Romulus Whitaker has spent the past six decades devoted to reptile research and rain forest conservation.
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Watch a Live Snake Get Pulled Out of a Toilet
Although it’s very rare, this isn't the first (or even the worst) time a snake has slithered into the bathroom bowl.
About the Show
Revealing how millions of Americans have welcomed the creatures into their homes as pets, Rollins meets some obsessive serpent lovers who deliberately seek out the most dangerous breeds they can get their hands on. From illegal snake smuggling, to underground breeders creating snakes not found in nature, to people who "self-envenomate" in the hopes of building up a tolerance to snake venom, Rollins uncovers those on the fringe of America's secret snake subculture.

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