HOW TO TREAT A SNAKE BITE????

Snake bites claim more than 100 000 lives every year worldwide and knowing the basics of snake bite treatment can be the difference between life and death.
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    jessica jeaseljessica jeasel3 päivää sitten
  • You should meet sadguru, he drinks venom

    Sumiran InternationalSumiran International7 päivää sitten
  • Rex is adorable! What a bright little boy, and so enthusiastic about reptiles! (Especially: Salt Water Crocodiles!!!🐊) 😉 You had an excellent assistant today, Dingo. Bring him on regularly to teach us all about the reptilian family! Phoenix, Arizona USA 🇺🇸

    CharChar14 päivää sitten
  • aww Rex is so cute

    Niamh :DNiamh :D14 päivää sitten
  • Smart boy indeed. Camera likes him also!

    Widz BozyWidz Bozy22 päivää sitten
  • Could you use a turnakit to try to slow the venom down

    Kima JarvisKima Jarvis22 päivää sitten
    • Lol guess I should’ve kept watching

      Kima JarvisKima Jarvis22 päivää sitten
  • Watching the program "Venom ER" here in America they usually go on a description of the snake or if the bitten person or someone with them can catch it they can tell by the actual snake. Sounds dangerous to me but that's what they show on the program. I do think they have antivenom that works on a broad range of local snake bites here. Remember that's just what I saw on a TV program but the Dr shown on the program is supposedly one of the top venom Dr's in the USA. Rex reminds me of one of the kids I knew when I was a camp counselor. His name was David but I called him "Critter." This kid would go out in the woods and catch some sort of small bug, snake or something every few days. He would keep them in a big plastic box for a few days then go out and find something else. He brought in a baby king snake and later the biggest water spider I ever saw. The spider got loose one night and crawled across his counselor's pillow and scared the guy to death. He was literally standing up on a shelf screaming. I spent two hours with the kid crawling through every dark hidden spot in the cabin looking for that damned spider. We found it and I took it down to the lake and let it go. We never let the guy forget it. 😆

    Matt WyrickMatt Wyrick22 päivää sitten
  • So sweet dear; Love the video; love you both...for this amazing video........

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  • Stay safe and keep making videos guys. Love it

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    Reign AllensReign Allens25 päivää sitten
  • Very educational!!! 👌 Josh is so cute he makes me smile constantly !!!!!! 🥰

    KloeDreadKloeDread26 päivää sitten
  • Man, I hope Dingo or Josh will be around if I ever ever have been bitten by a snake.☺️

    Julie Vander LeestJulie Vander Leest26 päivää sitten
  • should you call the ambulance or should you drive there

    AM - 05DK 854213 Springfield PSAM - 05DK 854213 Springfield PS26 päivää sitten
  • Dingo do snakes chase people ? Seems to be a controversial topic. I’m really interested in your thoughts

    CaseyCasey27 päivää sitten
  • I love ur flogs. It's not just how u treat ur animals It's how u are with ur family. Ur son is adorable and ur girls are amazing. I wish my ex South African husband was as loving to our son's as u are to ur kid's, u put men like him to shame!!! Lol 😁 But do love watching flogs, after being in pain alday with my back problems, u all have me crying with laughter. Much love to u all, from England xxx

    Kelly MashakengKelly Mashakeng27 päivää sitten
  • That's right Dingo tell them you know what you are talking about go somewhere else if they don't want to learn

    Phil CammarataPhil Cammarata27 päivää sitten
  • PRICELESS!! Josh is simply the BEST! We are in suspense about his popularity as and when he has grown up and elbowed dad out of the way lol

    Clem & MaureenClem & Maureen28 päivää sitten
  • Hi Dingo, I’ve just gotta say that I stumbled across you not too long ago now and have been watching all of your videos. I have been absolutely terrified of snakes my whole life ( even though I’ve never come across one) and I just wanted to say a massive Thankyou for all of your videos. I’m finding it really therapeutic watching these and have learnt so much already. I definitely don’t think that I’m anywhere near as terrified as what I was prior to watching your videos. You have such a beautiful passion and it’s really humbled me. Keep doing what your doing, it’s incredible!

    Mariah PagramMariah Pagram29 päivää sitten
  • I'd say Rex is a pretty sharp little bloke.

    Scott GarnettScott Garnett29 päivää sitten
  • So is he saying a tourniquet is good for a mamba bite or other none destructive tissue bites?

    Parris LucasParris Lucas29 päivää sitten
  • Yay just before the end I was thinking I hope you do a series with more detail. I'm fascinated by the venom videos so can't wait for those xxxx

    Laura RawlingsLaura Rawlings29 päivää sitten
  • Little Rex is the perfect model. Love to all the dinklemans xx

    Laura RawlingsLaura Rawlings29 päivää sitten
  • Funny you say, a guy in Australia tagged by a Death Adder, I've worked with and owned many Australian venomous snakes as I live in Australia. I put my death adder out in the garden as I did often to all of my boys. And although I had this snake since a baby and it had shown no aggression ever, sitting down looking at him I got distracted and though I had been watching him and handling him for years I felt a burning sensation that kicked off the anaphylaxis. Looking at the snake, I though, not a chance he got me, though after putting the Adder away and attempting to drive myself to hospital, I stopped a the lights and realised I was having an issue pushing the clutch in. I realised then, he had tagged me 100%. Let me tell you something, this was a minor invenomation though it was like being run over by a train. After 3 days in an induced coma in Queensland's Cairns base hospital I was taken out of my induced coma only to wake up to my brother saying, " I told you one of the "Cs" will get you one day. By the way Dingo, Rex is a cutie, I was going to say like his dad, though I'd be pushing it to far.

    Joe MyersJoe MyersUukausi sitten
    • @Alan Taylor Definitely, though I learned the hard way getting to confident with a captive bred snake I'd been able to previously handle. This Adder would rarely strike at his food rather take it gently and eat it which was also odd. Only time it would strike was with live mice.

      Joe MyersJoe Myers19 päivää sitten
    • Yes that doesn't surprise me that you didn't see the strike, as from what I've heard, the death adder has the fastest snake strike in the world. Have you heard that one? They say the black mamba is the overall fastest snake, but maybe that is in the context of overall movements. But in actual strike speed, they also say it's the death adder. Can you make sense of this?

      Alan TaylorAlan Taylor25 päivää sitten
  • For some reason this really gripped me today. I work for the big W here in America and actually had a call saying there was "A Snake in the women's restroom". I was all "Oh, cool! No idea what kind but let's see if we can save it!" A 180° stance from myself 2 years ago! Thank you for your real approach and patience for us maybe 1 encounter wonders! I appreciate you!

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      HelloKittylicious99HelloKittylicious997 päivää sitten
  • Rexy is having way too much fun with his bandaged arm

    Catherina HawkinsCatherina HawkinsUukausi sitten
  • Here's a question maybe Dingo or someone else with experience might be able to answer: if you do happen to have the misfortune of being bitten by a deadly snake but you do get the antivenin and survive.....do you now have some immunity from that type of venom, or does the effect of the antivenin disappear over time ?

    Alex RAlex RUukausi sitten
    • Yes if you just got envenomated and recovered WITHOUT having been administered antivenin, you would then have developed some very small immunity to that particular snake. However after one snake bite, the amount of immunity you have would still be almost neglible, and the longer the time between bites, the less immunity you'll have. But you will always retain some very small degree of it. The allergy is developed from antivenin, not from the snake bite proper. There is a chap in Australia, Tim G., who built up a great immunity to some snake venoms, one being the extremely deadly coastal taipan that has a 100% untreated mortality rate without antivenin. He dosed himself a bit at a time, increasing the dose periodically in a medical sort of way, to the point he could take full-on coastal taipan bites and not even get sick. However I still wouldn't suggest trying to dose yourself with snake venom to build immunity, as snake venom is still toxic and will reduce your overall health. It would be like dosing yourself with increasing amounts of heroin to build an immunity in case someone happened to come across you in the street and plunge a syringe-full of heroin into you, in which case, having built up a tolerance, you wouldn't overdose and die from. Unless you absolutely knew that at some future time you were going to receive an otherwise fatal envenomation that you'd need to survive without antivenin, it would not make sense to do that. As well, to retain full immunity, you'd have to continue dosing yourself right up until the time of the snake bite. As soon as you stop dosing yourself, you'd start to lose immunity, although you'd always retain a small amount of immunity for the rest of your life even though you've stopped the dosing a long time ago. But after a while it would only be a relatively small amount of immunity. But yes, if you kept getting bitten/envenomated from the same snake, and kept surviving without antivenin, you would, with each envenomation, increase your immunity, although even after several bites it would remain a fairly small immunity. Having said this, while you would built up some very small immunity with each bite, with each bite there's a good chance of developing certain pathologies endemic to that kind of snake venom. And it wouldn't get better with each bite, but worse.

      Alan TaylorAlan Taylor25 päivää sitten
    • I'm not 100% sure on this, but I think the antivenin is temporary. The antivenin works as a neutralizer to the poison, kind of how fish tank conditioner adds or removes things to get a healthy ph level. So I suppose that if they gave you enough antivenin for two snakebites and you got bit immediately afterwards you might be ok, but since it's so incredibly expensive (5k to over 20k per vial) they wouldn't give anybody a single drop extra.

      Keagan Van DuzerKeagan Van Duzer29 päivää sitten
  • I watch this channel not just for the animals but videos like this as he says this could save your life What a star he is not only acting skills but he catches water monitors he picks up snakes and has more knowlage about animals and venom than i do at 68 and young REX puts me to shame but then i remember he lives in Africa and has a legend of a dad Dingo and Kirsty you must be so proud of your children all 3 have great knowlage you have given them to ensure they stay safe T J, MADDY and REXY 3 young stars cotta love them Stay Safe

    David MorewoodDavid MorewoodUukausi sitten
  • Oh Rexy you handsome rooster! You are the best helper for Dad! Love you little guy!

    Vickie RichterVickie RichterUukausi sitten
  • Dingo fam should be allowed to live forever. Long live the Dingo

    the1whofights 43the1whofights 43Uukausi sitten
  • Thanks my mentor For this advices off snake bite CALM IS VERRY IMPORTANT FOR SURE YES THIS LIKE DINGO SAIDS YES PEOPLE GET IN HIS MIND I WIIL DIED SOMEONE HAVE TEL THEM IN 3MIN YOU WILL DIED OF N BLACK MAMBA OR ENNY SNAKE BITE THIS IS WHERE NON EXPERIENCE COME IN YOU HERE APLENTY OF THEM YOU FAST YOU DIED AND THIS A REASON WHY PEOPLE REACT TO PANIC ATTACK SO MY ADVICE ALLSO THE SAME AS DINGO GET A PERSON CALM YOU KNOW AND HAVE BITTEN BEFORE SO DO GET THEM CALM AND TAKEN THEM SO FAST AS YOU DO TO THE HOSP NEAR YOU BETTER IF YOU NOW WHAT TIPE SNAKE IT IS OR A CORRECT ID OF THE SNAKE THANKS MENTOR YOU KNOW WELL IN YOU EXPERIENCE DO YOU HAVE SNAKE LOVER COBUS

    Spiting Cobra CobusSpiting Cobra CobusUukausi sitten
  • Just watching this is making me feel like I’m gonna need it 👀

    Alice MillerAlice MillerUukausi sitten
    • one day you might need it, its a good thing to know just in case

      Keagan Van DuzerKeagan Van Duzer29 päivää sitten
  • Dingo, I am severely allergic to bee venom. What are your thoughts on the possibility that I could also be or become allergic to snake venoms? I don't handle hot herps, but I do herp and take photos. Anyone else have any thoughts here?

    Archy WisemanArchy WisemanUukausi sitten
  • Another triumph! Loving these educational videos. Living in South Texas we have exposure to quite a few venomous snakes. Great info!

    Amy TempletonAmy TempletonUukausi sitten
  • Your vids really help me when it comes to teaching kids about wildlife

    alipetuniashowalipetuniashowUukausi sitten
  • Why does his name change from Josh to Rex?

    Jimmy 3690Jimmy 3690Uukausi sitten
    • One of those could be a middle name

      Hans GugelHans Gugel28 päivää sitten
  • cute little one.

    Judy Martin BeautyJudy Martin BeautyUukausi sitten
  • They have a device called The Venom Lock. It’s pretty much like a plastic oval shaped thing that goes directly over the bite area and straps on. That way your only keeping the venom in a small area and not tying off you’re entire arm. If the venom dose destroy tissue it will just be directly around the bite area instead of the whole limb. You’re still risking having venom destroy tissue but it’s to a very localized area, which is a way better problem than having half your arm or leg cut off.

    Rayray BowserRayray BowserUukausi sitten
  • Rex is looking a bit more grown up. He is a great wee lad!!

    R GR GUukausi sitten
  • He says I'm not sure about what happens in America...... It's pretty easy in (North) America......the only snake that is worrisome is the rattlesnake, and you'll know instantly if you're dealing with a rattlesnake. the other venomous snakes are mildly venomous with the rare exception of a coral snake bite. Otherwise, snakes in America are not even close to being as deadly as the snakes in Africa, Australia and parts of Asia. Snakebites are not a big concern.

    Alex RAlex RUukausi sitten
  • Dingo, has anyone ever been bitten by more than one kind of venomous snake at once? That would be a bit of a downer, wouldn't it?

    Elizabeth WoolnoughElizabeth WoolnoughUukausi sitten
  • Hi

    fortnite masterfortnite masterUukausi sitten
  • I live in Australia, where any snake bite is acted upon quickly by health professions. Few years ago, my friend was bitten my a king brown in her backyard. She was in her 30's. Ambulance was called. Ambulance attended, as well as an officer in car. They were able to test to determine what snake bit her and gave her 1st anti-venom right there and then. She survived and still in good health. Also know someone who was bitten by brown snake. He was in his 50's. He was in his garden when bitten sometime in the morning. Unfortunately, he didn't realise at the time that he had been bitten. Later that night, he wasn't feeling well and called ambulance. Unfortunately though, he passed away. Same snake...but 2 completely different outcomes. Neither one had any other health concerns.

    nicole johnstonnicole johnstonUukausi sitten
  • And STOP WIGGLING YER FINGERS!!!! THAT WAS TOO CUTE!!!

    Sandra MorrisonSandra MorrisonUukausi sitten
  • Very good video!!!!!!!!!!

    giannis papadakisgiannis papadakisUukausi sitten
  • Rex is so cutte!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    giannis papadakisgiannis papadakisUukausi sitten
  • I think your more than qualified to give advice on been bitten and how to get help after all the times you have been in that very situation, fantastic video for dummies as I totally understood everything🤣🤣🤣...... keep up the great videos 👌👍👍

    Wayne morleyWayne morleyUukausi sitten
  • What a cutie pie ❤️ y'all are adorable ❤️

    Karri LevoKarri LevoUukausi sitten
  • Dingo how much you owe in snake bite medical bills.

    Kool oneKool oneUukausi sitten
    • I think they healthcare industry in South Africa is alot than the u.s lol

      Miranda StephensMiranda StephensUukausi sitten
  • I know a thing or two because I've seen a thing or two.

    Kool oneKool oneUukausi sitten
  • Why the venom spreads quicker when you're sprinting: you're breathing faster and the heart rate increases which pumps blood faster which also diffuses any substances in the blood faster. So STAY CALM!

    Ro RRo RUukausi sitten
  • Rex did a great job!👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼. Good to know your knowledge Dingo, will be put in good hands to share for decades to come!

    Jackie MayJackie MayUukausi sitten
  • Yup. Rex is the star of the show.

    William McKeighanWilliam McKeighanUukausi sitten
  • And how old is rexy?

    Circus babyfromhome And chreey_cakesCircus babyfromhome And chreey_cakesUukausi sitten
  • Oi dingo’s the most coolets youtuber on earth

    Circus babyfromhome And chreey_cakesCircus babyfromhome And chreey_cakesUukausi sitten
  • Great video guys........I love the education and Rex did a great job as your model! I especially loved his “Dingo out” and his hand gesture. 😆 you guys make a great team, as well as the rest of the family. Thank you! 😄❤️🐬

    Jenn 1234Jenn 1234Uukausi sitten
  • Nice job Rex! Such a great assistant!

    Lou Ellen MillerLou Ellen MillerUukausi sitten
  • I don’t know if you’ve done a video on your boomslang bite but if you haven’t you should. I’m real curious on how it went down

    Yo BumYo BumUukausi sitten
  • Your hair tells us all how crazy you really are lol love it!

    Frank The RabbitFrank The RabbitUukausi sitten
  • I don't want to be a spoiler on this point, but in your black-mamba-bite incident, doesn't that one minute you took to finish off the show instead of right away "running away like a lunatic" to the hospital run counter to the message of trying to get to the hospital as fast as possible, as fast as you can, as your son so adorably put it? That extra one minute spent on finishing the show might have been the difference between life and death, at the cost of creating some discomfort in the audience. Especially with something as fast-acting as neurotoxic mamba asphyxiation. Just a thought... maybe better for the message to be, do NOT finish your show, run to the hospital IMMEDIATELY. Absolutely love the content!!!

    physaksphysaksUukausi sitten
    • @Miranda Stephens Good point.. I still think that all staff involved in such a public show should have instant procedures to immediately drop everything that they're doing in the event of a venomous bite, get to the nearest operational vehicle, and drive to the hospital -- all you need to do is drive to the hospital and make phone calls during the drive (if no anti-venom is available at the location), no other local prep is necessary. But I also understand Dingo's commitment to his entertainment work on behalf of nature preservation, and that sometimes small sacrifices need to be made for the cause :-)

      physaksphysaksUukausi sitten
    • The directors etc probably made him stay. Also I believe he had to wait for help to travel etc he has storytime on at least the one he got bit by while doing the show that he nearly died from

      Miranda StephensMiranda StephensUukausi sitten
  • I absolutely adore that kid!!! It so great to see a father and son be best buds! Love you guys♥️

    Tammy MoorTammy MoorUukausi sitten
  • Dingo doesn’t deserve dislikes

    Shaun MarrsShaun MarrsUukausi sitten
  • ❤️❤️❤️

    nenziehundennenziehundenUukausi sitten
  • Love little Rex, what a legend!

    chris bowleschris bowlesUukausi sitten
  • I always wondered if cutting into the bite immediately after being bit in order to bleed out some of the toxins might work. They use to do what was called bloodletting , same process. Might actually work in reducing the amount of venom entering the bloodstream or tissues.

    carmakazi84carmakazi84Uukausi sitten
    • I don't think that would work most of the time, it might work one out of a hundred times but usually the venom disperses so fast that the only thing cutting would achieve is further weakening yourself. Plus, if you don't get any venom out, then you're just making the venom to blood ratio more concentrated by removing healthy blood cells

      Keagan Van DuzerKeagan Van Duzer29 päivää sitten
  • Legend and soon to be legend! Great informative video! 👍

    TrentonTrentonUukausi sitten
  • U never answer or a knowledge but great info

    Steve LenderSteve LenderUukausi sitten
  • Love your videos!! Rex is Adorable💙💙

    Anita CheeksAnita CheeksUukausi sitten
  • What a great dad you are Dingo. Way to go Rex, good job. Take care and greetings from central Florida....

    Ronald SRonald SUukausi sitten
  • dingo*

    Tsak MakisTsak MakisUukausi sitten
  • amazing way to raise your son! good job dongo

    Tsak MakisTsak MakisUukausi sitten
  • Lmao when he runs with rex after saying black mamba

    Cullen FreemanCullen FreemanUukausi sitten
  • Wow Rex is tall

    Thomas HornsbyThomas HornsbyUukausi sitten
    • @Daeni TarthTag I know

      Thomas HornsbyThomas HornsbyUukausi sitten
    • I think he is stood on a chair or a table

      Daeni TarthTagDaeni TarthTagUukausi sitten
  • DINGO WATCH OUT! There is a dinosaur next to you. Jk, Rex is awesome

    Thomas HornsbyThomas HornsbyUukausi sitten
  • Rex or Josh or both? I know his name is Rex... I'm curious is Josh a nickname or something? He is super awesome helper!!!

    Rebecca WinegradRebecca WinegradUukausi sitten
    • 1 son 2 daughters i think, Josh could be a middle name

      Hans GugelHans Gugel28 päivää sitten
    • @Miranda Stephens maybe? But only one on this video.... i believe though, could be wrong he has 2 girls and 1 boy whom is the youngest... 🤷‍♀️ i was just curious if Josh was a Nickname... my son's name is Alex but I've always called him Bubbie.... anyways just curious if Josh is maybe a "south African" nickname :)

      Rebecca WinegradRebecca WinegradUukausi sitten
    • He has 2 sons don't he?

      Miranda StephensMiranda StephensUukausi sitten
  • Thank you Dingo so much. this was something missing from knowledge library. I feel safer knowing i know what to do if someone is ever bitten around me or i myself is bitten thanks your a Saint

    the1whofights 43the1whofights 43Uukausi sitten
  • Dingo your intro says do not try to reenact or re-create. If I could dance, I would re-create the dance you did with the mamba in the cabbage patch. When I was in military basic training in 1964 I was bitten by a small rattler when I was picking something up in ice plant. My luck was I was a half-mile from the base hospital.

    Leander WilliamsLeander WilliamsUukausi sitten
  • In case of snakebite: 1. Don't panic, watch Dingo's video 2. Have a Dingo handy 3. Apply pressure bandage, Dingo style 4. Get to hospital, tell them Dingo sent you 5. Be cool, calm, and collected like Josh 👍

    DanoDanoUukausi sitten
  • Joshy boy you are absolutely the smartest and most handsome young man on FIstart!! I love your haircut and your new glasses. I am whistling at you all the way from the USA 🇺🇸. You handsome fella!! 💙💥🍀🐍😉🥰😍

    Janice EsmeyerJanice EsmeyerUukausi sitten
  • 0:19 *blAcK MAMBAAAAAAAAAAAA*.. *steals kid*

    DarkDisk0 - RobloxDarkDisk0 - RobloxUukausi sitten
  • Dingo fix the thumb nails boet it's just not appealing without the background

    nathan Hysanathan HysaUukausi sitten
  • Rex is soooo adorable and I love that he has the love and passion for animals just like his daddy ❤ Even though is not so much into venomous snakes, he found his own dangerous but amazing animals and it's gators and crocs. I love them too, they're very interesting creatures and as babies they're so cute 😍 I wish they had toy or teacup gators and crocs, like dogs who have miniature versions. I'd have me a big ole pool full of them cuties 😆 Lizards are my love as well, monitors, iguanas, chameleons, geckos and I have such a big love for bearded dragons 🐉 😍 ❤ They're so adorable 😍 Much love to the Dingo family and to everyone else ❤

    stephanie elliottstephanie elliottUukausi sitten
  • I can watch Dingo and Josh all day ☺️👍🏼 they're amazing. If only I had a dad like that growing up.

    Morten OlsenMorten OlsenUukausi sitten
  • why does rex look like me when i was a kid? scary. gerat video mate!!!

    Marc MüllerMarc MüllerUukausi sitten
  • The snakes bite happen all the time here in munich :). But good to know!

    Totto 09Totto 09Uukausi sitten
  • Rexy is so cute. Keep up good wrk and hopefully people will listen

    Kelly DeanKelly DeanUukausi sitten
  • When this man talks, the world needs to listen. Especially when it involves snake bites. I have been all over the western hemisphere and i have only taken 1 bite from a venomous snake. It was my 4 foot long Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake. I had gotten very and i mean very lucky. It was a warning dry bite and the fang went all the way through my pinky. When he tried to pull back off of my finger, his fang popped out. So not only did a have a fang stuck in my finger, but i also still had to put him up. I have my wife screaming at me the entire time trying to get me to drop the snake. Well i wasnt going to drop the snake. It wasnt his fault i got tagged, it was mine for not paying attention as i should have been. What was bad about this, i had just been to the hospital about a month and a half before. My alligator head butted me causing me to get 17 or 18 staples in my head. Lol. Now i have to go bac and make sure that i hadnt been inanimated. I really didnt think i had because i didnt taste the venom but i wasnt so sure if the stories i had heard were true for all snake bites. Some say that as soon as you get bitten you can taste the venom or the taste of like a penny in your mouth. So anyway after the fang was pulled out of my finger and i was cleaned up. I was able to leave 2 hours later. The scariest moment i had ever had was in South America. We were hiking up the side of a mountain and something hit my right leg!!! I had on a pair of shorts and a pair of Crocs. Not the best protection i could have had on at the time. I saw and caught this massive 8 to 9ft long Bushmaster and all i can figure is that everyone infront of me made him a little upset and as i walking by, i never saw him which is crazy btw. He head butted me. I really thought i had been biten and since i had never seen a Bushmaster in real life till this moment. I caught him and yelled at the leader of our group to come see. We are looking while im holding this massive snake, we are looking for bite marks. No bite marks and everyone was wanting to see this beautiful snake. It was later when i found out that Bushmasters have a habit of head butting animals instead of wasting their venom. We were so far out and the snake was so big, i am pretty sure that i would have died had it bitten me. After about 15 minutes of showing him off, i walked about 30 yards into the forest and released him. It was an amazing trip and that was the highlight. Now of course my family didnt think it was so cool. Lol. Anyway Dingo you are the man and thank you so much for sharing your knowledge.

    Jason WebbJason WebbUukausi sitten
    • That penny in the mouth taste, more like an alkaline taste after you put a 9V battery on your tongue was my recollection after being tagged by a death adder. I was extremely lucky, my brother in-law was in the army with two guys who ended up being bitten in there sleep by death adders that found warmth in there sleeping bags. Both soldiers passed away due to being tagged in their sleep.

      Joe MyersJoe Myers19 päivää sitten
    • Wait wait wait wait wait wait wait A Snake that headbutts?

      David Minor, The Death Shadow GuyDavid Minor, The Death Shadow Guy25 päivää sitten
    • Moral of the story, don’t own venomous snakes

      Playoff P’s clutch genePlayoff P’s clutch geneUukausi sitten
    • I love your story

      Paul RaysamPaul RaysamUukausi sitten
  • Rex is after your position Buddy😁 he is so cute and clever. Very good and useful video. Loved it. Keep up the good work my friend.

    Csibi BalázsCsibi BalázsUukausi sitten
  • I know you've hinted at all this throughout your many videos. But it's nice to see it all in one educational video of sorts.

    Jake BlanchardJake BlanchardUukausi sitten
  • You also treat kids soo nicely like 🐍

    Harry OakleyHarry OakleyUukausi sitten
  • I🇦🇲🇦🇲✝️✝️❤️❤️

    Meri SargsyanMeri SargsyanUukausi sitten
  • LOL. I thought Rex really got bit and the wife killed Dingo.

    Piteus XPiteus XUukausi sitten
  • Here I am learning about what to do when you get bitten by a snake ... where I live we don't even have remotely dangerous snakes, actually I've never seen a snake in the wild at all haha But if someone's venomous snake collection escapes I'm prepared haha

    SchennyoOoOSchennyoOoOUukausi sitten
  • Thanks Dingo you the man let's go Rexy

    Elliot PerezElliot PerezUukausi sitten
  • I understand pressure bandages only are good if it was an elapid bite and not a viper bite

    Nimer BusoolNimer BusoolUukausi sitten
  • In america bring in the snake unless you can absolutely id it.

    Lori NelsonLori NelsonUukausi sitten
    • That’s a myth. Don’t try and mess with a snake that has just bitten you. Plus no one at the hospital is a snake expert, they’re doctors & nurses, they are not trained to identify venomous snakes anymore than you are. You would just be endangering yourself and the ppl at the hospital. Just rush straight to the hospital do not waste any time.

      Rayray BowserRayray BowserUukausi sitten
  • Chandler just talked about this topic. He said how unless it's an elapidae species you don't want to use a tourniquet because it'll make the area of the bite way worse from the venom staying in one spot

    Cooney. BCooney. BUukausi sitten
  • My grandfather always told me, if you are bitten by a viper on your hand/arm/leg don't use a tourniquet. If you are bitten by elapids, only use a pressure bandage.

    Rowan the DobermannRowan the DobermannUukausi sitten
    • Dang western movies always show sucking out venom

      Hans GugelHans Gugel28 päivää sitten
  • That's some quality content rare to see these days on youtube. . Appreciate It. . Love Your Work. .

    Wai HinWai HinUukausi sitten
  • I'd still say be very careful using tourniquets with cyto/hemotoxic snakes even if you're hours away depending on what snake bit you. But regardless very informative video! 🙂🐍

    SawyerSawyerUukausi sitten