woman approaches snake

Sometimes I just do not understand human beings. I don’t like snakes. My father and my grandfather didn’t like snakes either. There are many Americans who do not like snakes and I will go further, there are many Americans who do not want to anger a snake by touching it.

The woman in the video below probably thought the snake was lost and didn’t know how to find its way home. Maybe this woman was trained to handle snakes and felt comfortable approaching it, but what she did was extremely risky!

Either way, this woman should never have tried to touch the snake. This video angered me so much because I am terrified of snakes, and still am after the video ended!

Check out the video below. It will teach you to never touch a snake’s tail!

There’s no reason for this woman to be playing with this snake. She’s lucky the snake bit the camera and not her, otherwise, she could have been seriously injured! I can’t believe she came back for more after the snake tried to bite at her the first time.

She claims it’s a non-poisonous rat snake, but why would you want to get bitten even if it wasn’t a venomous bite? This woman must like to take chances or being in unnecessary pain!

Linda Munoz is the woman who took the video at her home in Cuba, Alabama. She wrote about this experience:

“I had found a long snakeskin under the steps of my house in Cuba, Alabama, and I always keep anything like that to give to a friend who works for Auburn University’s Environmental programs. A few days later, I was in the yard when Mr. Snake (a non-poisonous rat snake) came crawling by heading for our barn.”

“I am always taking videos of nature to send to my two kids…one of which lives on Long Island, NY and the other in Portland, OR. That is the reason I said ‘This is going to be a good one’….I knew my kids would like it.

Again, I might be a little emotional because I jumped after watching this video, but you should never try and touch a wild snake, especially its tail!

Share this video if you are scared of snakes!

Source: Rumble

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