See How This Man Effortlessly Catches the ‘World’s Deadliest Snake’ loading...
See How This Man Effortlessly Catches the ‘World’s Deadliest Snake’
The eight-foot-long black mamba was caught after it slid into a home in South Africa.
Mysterious Disease Attacks Rattlesnakes loading...
Mysterious Disease Attacks Rattlesnakes
Scientists are hunting for the cure as a wave of fungal disease sickens American snakes.
Watch a Woman Wrangle a Nearly 2-Metre Snake From Her Living Room loading...
Watch a Woman Wrangle a Nearly 2-Metre Snake From Her Living Room
While black snakes can look intimidating, they aren't venomous and help control pests such as insects and rodents.
Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Prey—a First loading...
Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Prey—a First
Cuban boas aren't the only surprising species that work together to earn their dinner.
Snake Regurgitates Another Snake in Startling Video loading...
Snake Regurgitates Another Snake in Startling Video
The eaten snake, which was on the cusp of disappearing into its predator’s mouth, seems to have made it out alive.
Watch Two of World’s Deadliest Snakes Fight on a Golf Course loading...
Watch Two of World’s Deadliest Snakes Fight on a Golf Course
In a rare sighting, two male black mamba snakes entwine in vicious "plaiting combat"—likely battling over a female.
'Extinct' Venomous Snake Rediscovered loading...
'Extinct' Venomous Snake Rediscovered
"We were literally jumping up and down hugging," scientist says of finding the extremely rare Albany adder in South Africa.
Watch This Huge Tarantula Wriggle Out of Its Skin loading...
Watch This Huge Tarantula Wriggle Out of Its Skin
Snakes, spiders, and other creatures regularly shed their skins—here's why.
Raucous Orgies Speed Up Aging in Male Snakes loading...
Raucous Orgies Speed Up Aging in Male Snakes
TOO MUCH SEX IS KILLING THESE MALE SNAKES
You May Be Eating Vomit, and More Bizarre Barf Facts loading...
You May Be Eating Vomit, and More Bizarre Barf Facts
Throwing up bodily fluid has some surprising uses in nature, such as defence.

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