Video Of Egg Eating Snake Hypnotising Its Prey Goes Viral

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Animals are nothing less than magic. Every day, new pieces of information about an animal shock the internet. From new species to discoveries about the old inhabitants of the earth, animal facts can never get boring. Depicting some interesting facts about snakes, a new video is getting viral on the internet.  

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In the video, a man holds a small snake in the palm of his hands as he films the little devil. The snake is seen moving in majestic patterns until the design on its skin forms an illusion and the snake leaps forward to bite the man. The video was shared on Twitter with the caption, “A hog nose snake’s mesmerising defensive display.” 

It is said that the snake uses its body to hypnotise its prey with the pattern of its scales, which form a mesmerising illusion when it moves its body in a certain rhythm, catching the attention of its prey and also locking their attention on the distraction so that it can launch forward to attack the prey. However, the caption accompanying the video is a bit misguided. The snake seen in the 7-second clip is not a hognose snake but an egg-eating snake instead. A commenter pointed out the poster’s mistake and wrote, “This is not a hognose snake. It is a egg eating snake. Hognose’s do not do this.”

Check out the video below:

A hog nose snake’s mesmerizing defensive display

— A.BAYRAM (@AlianaBayram) November 2, 2022

People Were Shocked After Seeing The Viral Video

Egg Eating Snake Viral Video
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The video was shared earlier this month and has already garnered more than 2 million views on the platform. Social media is filled with videos like these where people like to spread information about snakes. While educational content goes around frequently on the internet, it’s the weird and dangerous clips that take over the platform. Although people get shocked and disgusted by snake videos, they watch them out of sheer curiosity most of the time since the reptile is seen as not only magical but also mysterious. Some people, though, do not see the danger of snakes and keep them as pets, a hobby that might sound a little too extreme to people on the internet.

Seeing the egg-eating snake move its illusionistic body, many were repulsed by the video, while there were those who were simply curious about the little creature and its ingenious way of killing its prey.  

This is not a hognose snake. It is a egg eating snake. Hognose’s do not do this

— . (@Daraku2951) November 23, 2022

FeKk! I dropped my phone …😲

— christian Muggins (@christianMuggi1) November 10, 2022 

@ytoHope good defense.

— ♚कर्ण Lone wolf.🌈 (@karn_angh) November 23, 2022


— ムラサキノハナ👾 (@murasaki_hana_) November 6, 2022


— BoB SAREE Centre भोसरी गाव (@BoB_can_BUILD) November 23, 2022

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