KILLER SNAKES!!! Are they really aggressive???

In todays video we talk about aggressive snakes!!!! Black mambas, Cobras and Vipers!!!!
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  • Of course there has to be they live in the wild maybe got it from birds or other animals pick on them shoot I have aggressive birds where I live Georgia in between pine mountain and Columbus heck out here I have hawks bunch of em sounding like protesters hollering you guys be safe be strong be vigilant my friends have a wonderful adventure and be blessed and your days to come thank you for sharing your world with us it's a joy👊😎👍🤪🤘🎭

    James FewellJames Fewell15 päivää sitten
  • Hey dingo and family and Shawn sending much love your way guy's stay safe and healthy

    Stacy MaurerStacy Maurer25 päivää sitten
  • Love your input, keep up the great work and stay safe

    Cale WarnerCale WarnerUukausi sitten
  • basically aggression doesnt equal bad or evil and it can be justified when you are a scared and simple minded reptile lol

    VoldemortVoldemortUukausi sitten
  • I am so glad you have stated the obvious and not followed the "snakes are just defensive crap. Even your buddy Brian Barczyk repeats that baloney.

    Duane BerryDuane Berry2 kuukautta sitten
  • somehow I believe Dingo's encounter with the forest cobra was more frightening!!!

    chirag panchalchirag panchal2 kuukautta sitten
  • I’m so glad you explained it this way Dingo. I would have just called someone a fuckin idiot and called them on their bluff

    DustyRoadsmusic HallDustyRoadsmusic Hall3 kuukautta sitten
  • We have a non venomous snake in the USA that will chase you like crazy but if you stop running then chase it it flees. Then if you stop chasing it and run in the other direction here it comes again. LOL! They used to scare my mom to death in our gardens. I think they`re called blue racers. I think they only do this at certain times of the year.

    Asteroid ImpactAsteroid Impact3 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo Gang All day. Very Educational videos. Useful Info Too, Keep Up the good work Dingo

    Twicks RapTwicks Rap3 kuukautta sitten
  • More aggressive than antifa

    W RobertsW Roberts3 kuukautta sitten
  • A water moccasin it will Chase you in the water if you're in your kayak or Canoe

    Tammy HevronTammy Hevron3 kuukautta sitten
  • I learn so much from your videos Dingo! It’s my morning ritual to watch a few Dingo videos!!

    Shawn HylandShawn Hyland3 kuukautta sitten
  • it is only common sense

    Michael HobdenMichael Hobden3 kuukautta sitten
  • Very well done.. this should be the 1st recommended video for most of the people who are looking for snakes, and more in general animals, information.

    Lorenzo CarulliLorenzo Carulli4 kuukautta sitten

    Karma KarmaKarma Karma4 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo looked like michael jordan there for a min when he stepped back froM the mamba 😂. I know its not funny bt it was

    Karma KarmaKarma Karma4 kuukautta sitten
  • Have you considered wearing a headband of some sort? I notice you wipe your forehead a lot and momentarily taking your eyes off the snakes as a result.

    Femme FuntimeFemme Funtime4 kuukautta sitten
  • SnAk3s aRe 0NlY dEfeNsIvE

    ArsalekArsalek4 kuukautta sitten
  • There is aggression in every species of animal on the include snakes. I am by no means a snake guy, i do not like snakes. When i see big retics or burmese of rock pythons in a zoo..i like 10 feet of glass between them and me. I like your show because of the information and they way you work with them. Keep up the good fight Dingo

    Ray BRay B4 kuukautta sitten
  • You are asking a lot of people to use common sense!!

    Ronald HowdeshellRonald Howdeshell4 kuukautta sitten
  • I would like to know why anyone disliked this video. So very informative. Thanks Dingo!

    Beauch11Beauch114 kuukautta sitten
  • I love your voice and vocabulary. Thank you for your contributions to the reptile community

    ssswrvssswrv4 kuukautta sitten
  • Hmmm, not so sure about aggressive, those scaly nasty noodles are more like PSYCHOTIC! 😱

    Bryan PBryan P4 kuukautta sitten
  • Great video Dingo! Thanks for showing us the different personalities of these snakes. Just like all other animals including humans each are different.

    Strick NineStrick Nine5 kuukautta sitten
  • Really interesting episode. On the topic of aggression, do you recall times when a snake has come at you from a distance or followed you to attack? Just wondered because I read an article today saying bushmasters have a reputation for "chasing" people. Is that sometimes true or just exaggeration?

    Christopher KlingerChristopher Klinger5 kuukautta sitten
  • Having a Dingo Day chilled with a glass of South African wine. This is the best video ever. Everything has the potential to be aggressive even me if I run out of wine. Keep those videos coming

    Samantha RuckSamantha Ruck5 kuukautta sitten
  • The most aggressive snake i ever see in Texas was a black racer i was walking down a dirt road in the country when i heard some hissing in some plum bushes i walked over and saw this pissed of snake it started chasing me scared the crap out of me of course its non venomous i have to say it was one cool snake.

    Mark1968 MclaughlinMark1968 Mclaughlin5 kuukautta sitten
  • ...I think you "hit the nail on the head" Dingo...I have thought the same thing myself...I have seen differences in personality in bears, cats/dogs all the why not snakes?...I wanted to mention, I watched your video of your baby Black Mambas...most of them acted as I would have expected them to..but I remember one of them being more aggressive, bite! bite! bite!...even though they were all brothers/sisters...

    dyer2cycledyer2cycle5 kuukautta sitten
  • Hi are you Sa? 🇿🇦

    Anesu's CornerAnesu's Corner5 kuukautta sitten
  • When I lived in Texas I seen water moccasins pick a fight with humans I've also seen that in lakes in Kentucky

    Raider NationRaider Nation5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo I agree with everything you said ! They all have their own personality 's ! and your with snakes every day ! You see it ! I'm from America love your videos you make them exciting * keep up the good work be safe brother !!

    John masichJohn masich5 kuukautta sitten
  • Hey Dingo if a confrontation between a King Cobra and Mama ever happens who wins seems like these like snakes are top two in snake kingdom.

    Ian McguireIan Mcguire5 kuukautta sitten
  • It actually hurt its nose the silly snake had me dying lol

    mathew garzamathew garza5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo I know your country has a lot of Sharks. Did you ever go in a cage?

    Nohane LangevillierNohane Langevillier5 kuukautta sitten
  • Exactly... There's some aggressive Snakes, & some aren't. It all depends on the Snakes mood. It may be aggressive for awhile, & then, it may not. But, their always defensive. It all depends on the mood of the Snake.... & I'm still waiting for you to name one of your Snakes Christopher, after my son. It would be real nice if you named a King Cobra that. Cause the King Cobras are just the best Snakes of all.

    Mike MikeMike Mike5 kuukautta sitten
  • 1st person I've seen that said the truth instead of sugar coating it with that hippie bullshit

    hakimehakime5 kuukautta sitten
  • Your balls are huge🤣 definitely bigger than mine

    S ZuluS Zulu5 kuukautta sitten
  • When you call a black mamba an apex predator I understand why but I disagree. Imaging taking an aggressive lion out in the back yard for exercise. I don't care how big a stick you have, unless you have a stick we call a rifle and then still, idk. Same for a tiger, elephant, or bear. Any of them want you dead, your not going to want to take them out... Mambas dangerous, heck yes... But if I had to choose to fight with any of these animals mentioned, I'd choose none but if I had to, I'd fight a mamba over the others I listed...

    xerravonxerravon5 kuukautta sitten
  • I agree

    Mi SzutMi Szut5 kuukautta sitten
  • We love the passenger have towards your snakes and the little jokes you make about certain

    William GoodmanWilliam Goodman5 kuukautta sitten
  • When I took defensive driving & offensive driving courses, they felt pretty similar. So I'd say a hyper defensive snake, is super offensive snake. People love to invent words these day's.

    Clayton McDonaldClayton McDonald5 kuukautta sitten
  • Ag man Dingo. Black rhino's are not aggressive. They just really love sosaties

    Pierre BlignautPierre Blignaut5 kuukautta sitten
  • That Fer De Lance was crazy aggressive! I just watched that video yesterday

    V.A. HOSSV.A. HOSS5 kuukautta sitten
  • Black Jamba ain't no joke

  • I am so happy to hear you call out the other snake experts on this. You are the first handler to say it how it is and admit that yes, there are aggressive snakes out there. Anyone that can watch one of your black mamba encounters and then tell me it's just being defensive has lost all credibility with me. You are the man Dingo, keep up the good work.

    Duane BerryDuane Berry5 kuukautta sitten
  • Have you ever eaten anyone's baby? Asking for a friend.

    SteveSteve5 kuukautta sitten
  • I agree with you that every species has aggressive specimens. Particularly humans.

    Vickie RichterVickie Richter5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo I ❤️❤️❤️❤️ ur channel I’ve learned a lot about snakes and species that exist But by god gd job ur a professional-cause u give me the bloody gear sending ❤️❤️🙏🙏from the 🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    donna taylordonna taylor5 kuukautta sitten
  • Love watching your channel dingo thankyou for being so kind and loving to all your beautiful snakes! Your passion for them has also made me fall in love with them! Stay safe always! 🙏👊✨

    Brittany lincitaBrittany lincita5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo, could you do an episode only with the rinkhals you keep? Adults, babies, how to keep them, how to breed them? Would be nice!!

    Den porno glade mand JensenDen porno glade mand Jensen5 kuukautta sitten
  • Aggressive or defensive?

    FranksN BeansFranksN Beans5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo can u make a video on INDIAN COMMON KARAIT?

    Madhuresh PratapMadhuresh Pratap5 kuukautta sitten
  • "Hyperdefensive" so, they mean aggression? Lol.

    Hell Fire GruntHell Fire Grunt5 kuukautta sitten
  • “Now she’s wound up the boy. That’s what these women do sometimes chi chi chi chi chi” 😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Jose CoelhoJose Coelho5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo how aggressive would you a rate a water moccasin? From the us like the videos

    Billy Bo BagginsBilly Bo Baggins5 kuukautta sitten
    • Dingo Dinkelman I certainly agree I’ve seen a 6ft water moccasin stand 3ft off the ground baring fangs when I accidentally backed it in a corner of a creek before it escaped.

      Billy Bo BagginsBilly Bo Baggins5 kuukautta sitten
    • Billy Bo Baggins yeah they have a personality disorder

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman5 kuukautta sitten
  • Very cool video Dingo. I would argue that snakes are defensive though. If you hit someone and they hit you back, they are defensive. If you are walking down the street and someone hits you, they are aggressive. Stand 20 feet away from a snake, they won’t charge you. Head towards them, they will defend. Venomous Snakes have no need to be aggressive - they can’t eat us and would just be risking their lives. If someone 10x bigger than you was approaching you trying to harm you and you had a weapon, you’d probably use it in defence. Snakes are the same, where their weapon is their venom.

    AustraliaWildAustraliaWild5 kuukautta sitten
  • Tell em Dingo!

    flipwon1flipwon15 kuukautta sitten
  • Spot on dingo! Great advice as always 💯🙌

    Mepstars ReptilesMepstars Reptiles5 kuukautta sitten
  • NO snakes are agressive ONLY (with god reson) defencive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Claus TClaus T5 kuukautta sitten
  • I grew up catching and keeping native snake species. If I handled them enough they all seemed to chill out after a while. (Racers are grumpy) As a young man I started keeping large reptiles and I made it a point to handle them a lot so I was confident in their disposition. In the newspaper a person was offering for free a reticulated python with a really nice enclosure. Every single day when I returned from work I would don leather gloves, a leather coat and a motorcycle helmet and try to handle the retic. He was an absolute psychopath. After more than a year of DAILY handling he was no less aggressive and now too big to deal with. I swear that snake hated my guts and would charge the glass every single time I entered the room. I determined the snake was simply incapable of living in captivity and had to put him down. Broke my heart.

    Damon LaFargoDamon LaFargo5 kuukautta sitten
  • I would suggest that snakes are aggressive when it comes to defense or when it's in food mode and when they are breeding.

    david wilesmithdavid wilesmith5 kuukautta sitten
  • May be,but I still prefer to see snakes only on my monitor👀

    Très BelleTrès Belle5 kuukautta sitten
  • aggressive? what is being aggressive? It is coming to you directly to aggress you when it is unprovoked. For snakes when we are not neither in the strike zone or confort zone in the wild (not in denaturated environement). Than I ask this question: In the wild, do a basking snake ever comes to you to bites you deliberatly and when it is unprovoked out of his strike or confort zone? Never. Indeed I admire you very much when you help people to remove potentially dangerous snakes and relocate them in the wild.

    Li moucheuLi moucheu5 kuukautta sitten
  • Why u looking at my bird! My boy dingo with lingo , respect and love my brother

    Gdup KwinGdup Kwin5 kuukautta sitten
  • black mombuzz is lit! boss af! bomb af! dingo is the new irvin, continu the legacy, dope!

    Muhammad AbdullahMuhammad Abdullah5 kuukautta sitten
  • Really enjoy your passion and 100% agree with you. Your passion and knowledge reminds so much of the legend Steve Irwin . Keep this up fantastic

    Bunks1976Bunks19765 kuukautta sitten
  • Loving the show Dingo. You're as busy as a bee in a pot of honey.

    David McNamaraDavid McNamara5 kuukautta sitten

    Trevor StewartTrevor Stewart5 kuukautta sitten
  • The OBT Is One Of The Most Agressive / Defensive Tarantula Species

    Puppet SongsPuppet Songs5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo, are you a friend and occasional colleague of Austin Stevens?

    Paul WilsonPaul Wilson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Boy im just flat out on how you keep it real my man..💯💯

    Rob RichRob Rich5 kuukautta sitten
  • Favorite snake channel period.often think please don'tt let the man get tagged.lovely family and with your allergies you take a tremendous responsibility to not have a bite. From the States.Maine. Much Love

    Rob RichRob Rich5 kuukautta sitten
    • Oh and im always teplying before infinity a video.thank you for Keeling it REAL. That's why your the best.😉

      Rob RichRob Rich5 kuukautta sitten
  • Some of those snakes are "Crazier Than A Box Of Frogs"!!!!!

    Tony BalmTony Balm5 kuukautta sitten
  • As a pitbull owner i can totally relate. There are aggressive individuals mostly due to their owners. But as a species they are labeled as vicious creatures. But of all the dogs ive ever owned, they are in fact the biggest cuddle monsters on earth. Im not saying go up to a stray and try to pet it. Im saying its a like handling king cobras, you have to read the individual and proceed with caution. Thanks Dingo, i love the work you do and the risks you take to educate people. True conservationist and ambassador for snakes. Keep up the amazing work sir.

    Mathew BooneMathew Boone5 kuukautta sitten
  • Love your endless supply of one liners Dingo 👍🏻😂

    Martin LandersMartin Landers5 kuukautta sitten
  • "That's what these women do sometimes" 😂😂😂

    Denica KassieDenica Kassie5 kuukautta sitten
  • Ciao from italy,. Congratulation for yors video, I likes snakes and same times I play whit wild vipers and other montain snakes...

    Riccardo 85Riccardo 855 kuukautta sitten
  • Awesome video mate gotta love a person who knows their stuff and that viper wow never seen one like that before 👍👌

    Scott. LoweScott. Lowe5 kuukautta sitten
  • I understand what you are saying but your idea of "aggressive" is not the same idea as the public's. The reason why we refrain from using the term "aggressive" is because people will then translate that to snakes "chasing" them, which never happens. In all of the examples you showed, the snakes had every reason to try and bite you. With all of those snakes you were either tailing them, pursuing them, cutting off their escape, or getting within feet of them. These are all very good reasons for a snake to DEFEND itself by holding its ground and attempting to bite. The examples you gave with Rhinos and all of those other animals where they will charge at you when you are literally dozens of meters away will never happen with snakes. If you stay a good 10 feet or less away from literally any snake it is not going to advance in your direction with the intention of biting. It doesn't biologically make sense for them to do that. They view us as predators. Rhinos and Hippos don't. They know they can overpower us easily since they are much larger. Snakes on the other hand can't and no matter how venomous they are, we are still much bigger than them and can easily kill them even after we are bitten, which is why they won't come after us unprovoked from meters away. That's what people think of when they hear the word aggressive. And if we are going by the public's definition of the word, there is no such thing as an aggressive snake. Trust me, I have taught probably thousands of people in the public at this point and I can't tell you how many of them equate the word "aggressive" with "they'll come after you for no reason". This is why we are trying to get people to stop using the word since it spreads a belief that is not grounded in reality, even if it's not your intention. I hope you understand what I am saying. I have nothing personal against you and I do enjoy a lot of your content but your idea of aggressive behavior (at least when it comes to snakes) is not the same as most.

    LOST IN THE WOODSLOST IN THE WOODS5 kuukautta sitten
  • Sir I had a question for you and your lovely wife my name is Aj from TN in the USA y’all have rekindled my passion for snakes I have had several ball pythons and several anacondas and loved them all but never any boa constrictors the red tail boa is my absolute favorite snake and I was just wondering if they make good pets and companions thank you guys so much from the bottom of my heart for bringing back my passion for snakes

    Aj McGavicAj McGavic5 kuukautta sitten
  • Thank you, thank you! Your common sense is very refreshing. You are a true professional. Thank you for your expert opinion.

    Mark SheplerMark Shepler5 kuukautta sitten
  • Great video Dingo! I visited a reptile park in kwazulu-natal inside sugar rush park a few months ago and our tour guide had said that : '"Only Primates and humans show aggression not snakes, they are defensive."' glad to see you've cleared that myth up.

    Shaylen PillayShaylen Pillay5 kuukautta sitten
  • Still profoundly disagree. It all comes from a place of fear, not anger. Even the “aggressive” forest cobra, if you were to walk away from the cobra it wouldn’t chase you. Just because it stands it’s ground doesn’t mean it’s aggression, it just doesn’t want to take its eyes off of you. He has some age and is confident in his ability to defend himself, but again, if you were to walk away he wouldn’t chase you down and bite you in the ass. A hippo/elephant/rhino would still chase you down wether your back was turned or not. A snake wouldn’t. Any snake.

    Napkins4LifeNapkins4Life5 kuukautta sitten
    • Also, I am a HUGE fan and watch everything you do. I love your videos, collection, and enthusiasm for conservation. The world needs more people like you in it.

      Napkins4LifeNapkins4Life5 kuukautta sitten
  • Your absolutely right I think, Dingo. I’m owning my third dog and each one has had a different personality, although we don’t believe in owning the more “aggressive breeds. I believe with animals that it’s the human beings who should treat the animals with “respect”, whatever personality the animal has. Animals, and I include mammals, birds, reptiles, insects, etc, should be admired and respected, as they are all marvels of nature. We should endeavour not to kill any animal, although I confess the occasional wasp does get obliterated by me. It’s as you say true of humans also, that they have different personalities, as we are animals too ( good debating topic). I do think though that over handling aggressive snakes with hard tools, by an inexpert handler, could make the most placid snake upset. Regards Paul

    Paul TurnerPaul Turner5 kuukautta sitten
  • We had a yellow belly water snake in our yard today. I don't have a hook stick or anything, so I used a piece of rebar (he was behind some old sheet metal that I couldnt get behind, and I didnt get a good look to see if it was a water moccasin while he was back there) so I nudged him out and he slithered by my dad's shed where hes got a bunch of debris. He only tried striking once. The rest of the time he was trying to get away but I didn't want him to get into my dads shed. Ended up losing him under a stack of upside down pirogues (like a canoe) cool snake. Usually more defensive tho

    ayeee160113ayeee1601135 kuukautta sitten
  • Is it the hypersensitivity that keeps you inflamed or the beers?

    Harindra AbeywickramaHarindra Abeywickrama5 kuukautta sitten
  • The keyboard warriors haven't handled snakes for 20 years so they can shut the mouths and stay off their keyboards.

    freethinker1freethinker15 kuukautta sitten
  • Are snakes aggressive, depends whether you ask a west african forest cobra or ice smoking black mamba. You could ask marshmallow or Steve inland. Level of pysochotic depends on breed like humans. The last massive forest cobra and mamba were off their heads.

    freethinker1freethinker15 kuukautta sitten
  • In the southern a United States we have a lot of water snake species. For some reason all of them are aggressive by nature. I’ve had poisonous Cotton Mouth snakes come after me when they had no reason to do that. As you pointed out, some species are more aggressive and some individual snakes are aggressive. You must know the individual snake.

    Keith WeissKeith Weiss5 kuukautta sitten
  • Love watching your videos dingo , reminds me of watching Steve Irwin growing up

    G.Austin S550G.Austin S5505 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo I'm obsessed with snakes like I did all my reports in school on snakes. I've been bitten by a copper head before trying to catch it I got a question have you been to snake island in Brazil and your thoughts on the golden lancehead

    Alexis DiCarloAlexis DiCarlo5 kuukautta sitten
  • I seem to remember there was a world heavyweight champion of the snake world called Mike Python who bit his opponents ear off ;)

    Colin CunninghamColin Cunningham5 kuukautta sitten
  • I lived on a farm in Oregon when I was a kid, one day while my little sister and I were on our swing set a huge Gopher snake (dad told us what snake it was) came up on us, it instantly struck at my sister and would not leave our area. We were now standing up on our see-saw swing part and screaming for our parents, the snake struck at us at least 5 times, it would not move on/go away, it stood its ground and stayed, I also thought it was a rattlesnake cuz of the markings/pattern it had. Parents didn’t hear us yelling for them so I had to jump off and run to get dad (I was 8). One thing I vividly remember was dads reaction when he saw this snake, it was huuuuge, it had to be pushing 8-9 feet if not more, dad also saw how aggressive the snake was, as it lunged at him as well. Dad ended up killing the snake, dad seemed perplexed at how over aggressive it had been, as we didn’t bother it first, it had everywhere to go to, said he dealt with rattlesnakes of all sizes that were way less aggressive. So that showed me at a young age that snakes indeed could be aggressive, our dad would tell us “if you don’t bother the snake it won’t bother you”, well that’s not always true, as we found out. But because of that incident I have been deathly afraid of snakes for 27 years. It’s only been in this last year watching your videos and a few other snake channels that has really helped me with my fear of snakes.

    Nine WectawskiNine Wectawski5 kuukautta sitten
    • Truth Seeker Thanks for reading my story. I guess I used to tell stories/fibs when I was younger, so when I ran into the house to get dad my parents didn’t believe me at first. It’s crazy what we remember and don’t, I remember that day so well, I can feel that fear right now as I did all them years ago. We would be with dad baling hay, sometimes you’d have a snake caught in the bundle of hay, if it was salvageable dad would make sure to pull it off/out n let it be, dad liked them around cuz they kept pest control down.. But yeah, I don’t remember having fear of snakes until after that day, and boy did it get worse over the years.

      Nine WectawskiNine Wectawski5 kuukautta sitten
  • I once had a Garter snake come at me like the devil himself. The only time for me a snake drew blood.

    John-Paul CJohn-Paul C5 kuukautta sitten
  • Aggression is really more of a verb describing how an animal or a person does something. If it's defensive but expresses it's defensiveness by attacking rather than running or freezing it's aggressive. At the same time it's also defensive. Two sides of the same coin. And all animals will have a species characteristic, but also an individual characteristic, way of defending itself. So, expect differences from snake to snake, and as Dingo said, use knowledge and common sense. Thumbs up!

    Gary SmithGary Smith5 kuukautta sitten
  • Such an informative video Dingo! You are a master of your craft. Please be careful! 🐍😉

    Chris PaulChris Paul5 kuukautta sitten
  • Hello Dingo, Respect is right. I agree with you that they can be aggressive. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience, that's the voice I listen to. I can't even imagine doing what you do. Be good, C.

    Cass VirgilloCass Virgillo5 kuukautta sitten
  • Take care bro Dingo You deserve million followers by today. A friend from Dubai

    جمعه بن شاهينجمعه بن شاهين5 kuukautta sitten
  • 💯% true ...dingo we love your videos ....keep up the good work ....

    Rahish 082Rahish 0825 kuukautta sitten
  • More temperamental than Britney Spears with hairclippers, LOL!! True, dat. For instance, deer may look like peaceful animals, but I know they can get pissed in an instant and break bones. I always keep my distance!

    thoththoth5 kuukautta sitten