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Hunters Cut Open Giant Snake And Find Another Giant Snake Of Same Size In Stomach

Here’s the situation… You’re camping or hiking and you stumble across a freshly deceased giant snake with a bulge in its belly. What do you do? Poke it with a stick? Avoid it at all costs? Get as far away from it as quickly as humanly possible? Or are you the overly curious type that wants to inspect it and find out what’s inside the bulge? Most normal people would leave it alone and proceed with extreme caution. Snakes are nothing to mess with, giant snakes are even more so. Now, I’m not calling anyone a coward, but there’s something to be said about a person that is willing to indulge upon their curiosities from the safety of their computer when they otherwise would steer clear. You probably wouldn’t think that it’s a good idea to cut open the belly of the beast. But you’re definitely not opposed to watching a video about someone who was morbid enough to do so. I mean, doing it yourself makes you sick. Watching someone else do it in a video just makes you curious, right? Well, that’s what we have here. These guys discover a giant snake with a bulge and decide to find out what’s inside.

Hunters Cut Open Giant Snake And Find Another Giant Snake Of Same Size In Stomach
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This is a crazy still shot. Cutting open the giant snake to reveal what is really inside the belly of the beast.

View the video below.

Hunters Cut Open Giant Snake And Find Another Giant Snake Of Same Size In Stomach
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As you can see from this photo, the snakes are similar in size. I can only guess that this was the cause of death.

I’m not going to lie, I would be too afraid that the giant snake wasn’t actually dead. Even if it was, I don’t think my stomach would be strong enough for the potential smells that would come from a decaying corpse. Even worse, the smell of partially digested flesh within the decaying giant snake. What if, by chance, it was a species that gives birth to its young? What if the bulge isn’t food, but a baby snake that’s still alive and cutting it loose releases it to unleash its confused fury upon its savior? Okay. Maybe I’ve watched a few too many bad movies. Either way, I’m not touching that thing, not even with a ten foot pole.

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