MAN SURVIVES DEADLY SNAKE BITE!!! It’s unbelievable...

In this episode of Man vs Reptile, a man takes an intentional bite from both a Black Mamba and a PNG Taipan and survives!!! How does he do it??
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  • To check out Tims channel click here

    Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman3 kuukautta sitten
    • If you milked a snake and then it bit you would it just have a limited amount of venom? What would happen if a snake bit you after you had miked its venom?

      The Devil's AdvocateThe Devil's AdvocateUukausi sitten
    • Dingo is this guy still alive??? I've known of him for years, I googled him a few times over the years and have never been able to find updates on him or the project he was working on????

      Jeff StilesJeff Stiles3 kuukautta sitten
    • See Cole and Jay FIstart channel for some Arkansas snake action. Jay is a pretty female snake catcher. She gets bitten a lot by some mean water snakes.

      Asteroid ImpactAsteroid Impact3 kuukautta sitten
    • I love this show the best teacher is real life.

      michael griffinmichael griffin3 kuukautta sitten
    • Dingo Dinkelman I know you like your boys and girls and we love them too. May I make a suggestion?

      Keith FrederickKeith Frederick3 kuukautta sitten
  • Before coming here I used to watch Tim's videos, he is truly doing a great thing. He may seem crazy to some but what he is doing could save hundreds of not thousands of lives if they end up with a working antivenom through studying his blood and cells or even his scientific findings. He lost so much but continues to keep working towards making the antivenom for some of the deadliest snakes in the world. I just hope and pray he doesn't overdo it on accident which is easy to do, anyone can make a mistake and accidents do happen. Best of luck to both dingo and Tim and all the others out there aiming for a safer world for us that are terrified of snakes lol

    Dennis DevestationDennis Devestation2 tuntia sitten
  • Tim reminds me so much of Steve Irwin

    Angus IrvineAngus Irvine4 päivää sitten
  • Hey dingo. Is it true that the beltcher sea snake is 100x more deadly than a inland taipan? If so why do people say the taipan is the most deadly

    justin tymejustin tyme4 päivää sitten
  • Dingo, you probably hear this all the time: I just can't quite understand why you would put yourself in such risky situations. I understand you have tremendous passion for what you do, and towards these beautiful, misunderstood creatures. I also understand and respect that you are a professional. But, we all know accidents happen. I just don't understand why you would risk doing something so casually that could end your life within a minute (as you have stated). I say all of this with sincere respect. I'd love to hear your explanation on the matter and why you are willing to take these risks, such as free handling a TAIPAN while knowing how highly sensitive you are to the venom (gloves or no gloves). If you have already explained this, please forgive. I will search through the available videos. Thank you!

    Nat NatNat Nat8 päivää sitten
  • Just like covid19 or the very back flu. Like the flu shot.

    Peter MustainPeter Mustain8 päivää sitten
  • Hey Dingo! awesome videos! can i please have the lenk to where you buy your gloves?

    leyo300leyo3008 päivää sitten
  • O that's Venom Man from Wisconsin. Hes built up immunity...

    Randall GlattRandall Glatt11 päivää sitten
  • Black Mamba and Inland Taipan left the comment section 😂

    Tango GolfTango Golf11 päivää sitten
  • Love your videos Dingo, your enthusiasm is awesome. Love the way you talk to the snakes stay calm my boy lol, bloody legend cheers from down under 🦘🦘🦎

    Ian ParkinsonIan Parkinson12 päivää sitten
  • Wow this is crazy i went to school with tims son

    ItzBrandon1ItzBrandon112 päivää sitten
  • The fact that you can even put together a full sentence while you’re holding that potential killer is amazing in its own right. New favorite channel.

    ScottScott22 päivää sitten
  • that man is a real chad

    BallaBalla24 päivää sitten
  • de snakes had no teeth, Grüße from Germany 🌚

    OGenius VIIOGenius VII27 päivää sitten
  • Dingo can you talk about the TIGER them a lot around us in south west australia...a beautiful looking snake especially the black and gold ones

    Trevor DonohoeTrevor Donohoe28 päivää sitten
  • Tim has the immunity of a concrete elephant

    Liam AldwinckleLiam Aldwinckle28 päivää sitten
  • I mean it's not dumb but it's not smart. The human body adapts to the environment it's in. Much like a pro muy Thai fighters bones being much stronger than that of a normal human. However that doesn't mean they can beef up their internal organs like the brain, so they still take damage doing this. I'd presume it's much the same here. Certainly he has to have some effects that are yet unknown or unseen, bad or good they have happened or will happen. Now certainly he is very resistant to venom now, but with biology and in general universally as we know it with everything there's always a give and a take.

    Zah HallZah HallUukausi sitten
  • I heard he is dead now, can’t imagine why

    No Mans Sky’s the limitNo Mans Sky’s the limitUukausi sitten
  • Dingo’s intro for me is like Quentin Tarantinos movies. First you’re like WTF, but after some time you love it so much.

    AvocadogAvocadogUukausi sitten
  • Any one herd this story Bee venom is similar to some types of rattle snake venom, bee keeper donated plasma to rattle snake bite victim and saved his life .

    Zaps ZapperZaps ZapperUukausi sitten
  • If coronavirus gets into Tim's system, his venomous immune system will get rid of the virus no problem.

    Yury GerasimovYury GerasimovUukausi sitten
  • I saw another video of this same dude. He take 5 freaking bites from a 3 to 4 ft Black Mamba. He works with doctors and scientist so they can find anitbodies to fight snake venom. Its actually for a good cause. I wouldnt recommend anybody try that at home or anywhere esle for that matter 😂 Hes worked up his immunity slowly to the point where a couple bites wont kill him.

    El Que La Parte En CantosEl Que La Parte En CantosUukausi sitten
  • Invite him to get bit by your snakes

    Michael ScottMichael ScottUukausi sitten
  • 👑❤️🇮🇱❤️👑

    Moshe GabayMoshe GabayUukausi sitten
  • That's hardcore asf!!!

  • I got bit by a domesticated hamster when I was11 years old I survived the bite. Little bugger used to bite me all the time especially when I woke him up. Same way I must have of built an immunity to hamster bites, mind you hurts like hell when the little bugger wouldn't let go.

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  • I wonder if it is because he is so calm and relaxed and not panicked. That it slows down the reaction. Mongoose and Honey badgers are immune to snake bites. I maybe the venom needs a reaction like adrenaline to be potent. Crazy.

    Anthony RichardsonAnthony RichardsonUukausi sitten
  • There’s been many shows like this but yours is so much more informative and captivating

    Yo BummYo BummUukausi sitten
  • Funny as sh@“

    Dustan CorbinDustan CorbinUukausi sitten
  • You the best mane

    Dustan CorbinDustan CorbinUukausi sitten
  • Dingo this is cool I love snakes

    Bill MullinsBill MullinsUukausi sitten
  • Dingo is what the world needs since Steve.

    Alan Michael JacksonAlan Michael JacksonUukausi sitten
  • ogey ogey ogey ' okay

    JD Boy goodJD Boy goodUukausi sitten
  • If I get bitten by a venomous snake I want to go quick!

    Marie SantiagoMarie SantiagoUukausi sitten
  • Love this "show", PLEASE do NOT stop making them!

    Josh KeechJosh KeechUukausi sitten
  • Love the series. It looks so easy handling snakes. Obviously it isn't. Good show Dingo 👌

    Tee TaylorTee TaylorUukausi sitten
  • Those snakes had to be milked first.

    magqcc 7magqcc 7Uukausi sitten
  • Let some bothrops bite him..Hes only letting snakes with neuro venom bite him just like everyone else who does this. Is it not possible to build an immunity to more destructive venoms like the bothrops or puff adder?

    daimon hellstromdaimon hellstromUukausi sitten
    • It is but the process would be much more painful. Vice did a documentary about a man named Steve ludwin who injected himself with viper venom

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  • Tim is a great man, but he lost his family due to the venom injections

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  • Love your content, Dingo! Keep going my brother! Much love from India.

    Sri ram RoySri ram RoyUukausi sitten
  • My husband was watching y the other night and I loved it so much that I am now a subscriber and love your work!! Stay safe and we'll keep watching u from sunny Florida...😀

    Vickie PateVickie PateUukausi sitten
  • Science? No, God

    Justbeing1hundredJustbeing1hundredUukausi sitten
  • Holy pooballs! He’s one of the most insane handlers I’ve seen!

    ShearHorrorBloggerShearHorrorBloggerUukausi sitten
  • Have you seen the venom man he lets a black mamba get him four times and is fine. Apparently he has belt up an immunity over years. Any option on such a practice of self immunization

    joe Ferrettijoe FerrettiUukausi sitten
  • His taipan is named Steve. :)

    Kevin BurdeshawKevin BurdeshawUukausi sitten
  • Freaking Riddick

    Average GamerAverage GamerUukausi sitten
  • I wonder if those with anti-vemon immunity could pass that immune down to their kids?

    Audrey MaxineAudrey MaxineUukausi sitten
    • Audrey Maxine would work if it is mom, I don’t think sperm can write a dna or chromosome to be immune to venom but blood/womb/vagina would. It is like STDs, the dad cant give his child aids at birth but mom can. One venom immune blood cell is all it takes to grow and multiply and can only do so if given from the mother blood at childbirth and not dad I guess.

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  • Snake handlers have huge cajones. In an emergency, could they use this guy's blood as antivenin? Assuming blood types are compatible.

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  • Dingo, will u please come to Cincinnati Ohio

    scorpio mamascorpio mamaUukausi sitten
  • I know Tim personally. Very intelligent, passionate guy. I remember my first time meeting him I was at a friends snake facility and Tim was keeping all of his animals in a locked room upstairs. Somebody said something along the lines of "you want to see something cool?" So we go upstairs and there are a few of us in this little room and here's Tim pulling out a banded water cobra. I remember thinking " oh this is cool, guy knows what he's doing with this snakkk.... Why is he putting it up to his arrr.... OMG!!! WTF am I watching!? I should NOT be here " Lol. Obviously he was fine, but I remember being a bit freaked out at first and thinking he was insane. Years later and I have photos of me handling that same Banded water cobra. Seen Tim take numerous bites from this same mamba in the video. Even have a few personal videos of notes on an old phone somewhere. I was also there with him the day he got the two png taipans he uses now. Always fun to watch other people's reactions to what he does 🙂

    Kristin BookerKristin Booker2 kuukautta sitten
  • That snake likes you Dingo! 😁

    Little Shepherd FarmLittle Shepherd Farm2 kuukautta sitten
  • love how much respect he shows his animals

    CallMeVyBeCallMeVyBe2 kuukautta sitten
  • I hear all snakes as most venomous snake on earth

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  • Mr. Dingo. Please say man or woman makes mistakes,it doesn’t bother me I just don’t want others to bust your kahunas. Love your videos

    B&C Crate Motor AdventuresB&C Crate Motor Adventures2 kuukautta sitten
  • Meu Deus esse cara loco de pedra. Um super herói kkkkkkk

    Wolf CoyoteWolf Coyote2 kuukautta sitten
  • I watched a show on vice I think of a dude who shoots up snake venoms like it’s heroin. People just get used too it. It’s like people getting used too drugs

    George FGeorge F2 kuukautta sitten
  • When are you taking your turn

    bye byebye bye2 kuukautta sitten
  • You can tell 100% those snakes were milked before the bites. Not saying they didn’t have venom but not as much as a first bite.

    Audi manAudi man2 kuukautta sitten
  • I love when dingo says “MY BOI”😂❤️

    Shayna WilliamsShayna Williams2 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo you should have atleast 1 million subs.

    Akshay SAkshay S2 kuukautta sitten
  • i wanna become immune... imma try.

    SkedgeSkedge2 kuukautta sitten
  • That 👦 has balls!!

    BfighterBfighter2 kuukautta sitten
  • Welcome from Hungary

    Attila BartaAttila Barta2 kuukautta sitten
  • You are so funny brother and 😅😅😅

    جمعه بن شاهينجمعه بن شاهين2 kuukautta sitten
  • This dude is a real life x men wow

    Black Wolf saintBlack Wolf saint2 kuukautta sitten
  • Venom man.... that dude freaks me out a bit.

    Turtle TurtleTurtle Turtle2 kuukautta sitten
  • Thanks Dingo ho explain us the tricks in this video then I have seen too,very interesting and not smart by the way ! Thx to have light my fire 🙏🙏

    Sebastien RobertSebastien Robert2 kuukautta sitten
  • Steve .... Is A GORGEOUS SNAKE. wow.

    Michael MorroneMichael Morrone2 kuukautta sitten
  • Always fun.! Always educational.!!

    Michael MorroneMichael Morrone2 kuukautta sitten
  • Love the series. Keep them coming.

    BEN KENOBIBEN KENOBI2 kuukautta sitten
  • Tim's a weapon, been watching him for many years

    Brent BovellBrent Bovell2 kuukautta sitten
  • Is steve just tamed down or is he just nice this day?

    Kenny LefouKenny Lefou2 kuukautta sitten
  • 🐍

    CROW HILL BEE CO.CROW HILL BEE CO.2 kuukautta sitten
  • what is a PNG TP? - is it really Papua New G?

    baksteen2007baksteen20072 kuukautta sitten
    • apologies if this has been mentioned already... and also apologies for my kak knowledge if i really should have just known this... but its late n London and i get annoyed when i dont know something very quickly!

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  • I hate snakes, but i love to watch your videos. Great content !

    Vito CorleoneVito Corleone2 kuukautta sitten
  • Love this series

    WildbluntWildblunt2 kuukautta sitten
  • Such a good looking snake

    Fkn ComptonFkn Compton2 kuukautta sitten
  • Assuming you had compatible blood types, what would happen if someone like you with an allergy received a transfusion from him? Would his blood cure you or kill you?

    mpeterllmpeterll2 kuukautta sitten
  • Great we enjoy watching the snakes

    RMNP DPSRMNP DPS2 kuukautta sitten
  • My goodness Steve is such a beautiful Taipan. Looks like he just went through shed recently.

    CoronaWithLymeCoronaWithLyme2 kuukautta sitten
  • " snake like Steve goes from zero to hero in a split second " 🤣🤣 this why I subscribed Dingo!!!! You are the man lmao

    Brett FowlerBrett Fowler2 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo: Do not try getting bit by black mamba at home to build an immunity to their venom. Me: Dingo knows how to take the fun out of life.

    Lewis GottschalkLewis Gottschalk2 kuukautta sitten
  • both of u are simply dump

    彡〆Deejay Willy〆彡彡〆Deejay Willy〆彡2 kuukautta sitten
  • He's obviously been micro-dosing venom for years to build-up immunity to the venom. There have been others known to do the same thing and they can take bites and them not be lethal. edit. I knew that's what was going on there's quite a few people I've read about that have done the same because there was no other explanation or way he could have survived. Still crazy stuff.

    princewishprincewish2 kuukautta sitten
  • It’s 100 percent real this guy injectes him self with all kinds of snake venom he took a 4 bites from black momba in another video and there using his blood to make anti venom

    Nick McDickNick McDick2 kuukautta sitten
  • The human immune system is freaking amazing.

    KellerenKelleren2 kuukautta sitten
    • It takes a lot of years to get to the point where hes at

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  • When heroin is not enough, black mamba is next.

    FlevasGRFlevasGR2 kuukautta sitten
  • It’s crazy

    Alicia McdonaldAlicia Mcdonald2 kuukautta sitten
  • Hello Dingo, Just wanted to comment and say I’ve been really enjoying this series of videos! Keep them up, and if I may even recommend a video from Bob Hansler on FIstart... i think that was an interesting situation

    Crix KixCrix Kix2 kuukautta sitten
  • Tim honestly deserves a nobel peace prize, there is a private lab looking at the anti-bodies in his blood...the red cross turned him away, they literally told him there was not enough money to be made on his idea....let that shit sink in...

    Blargenfladibblenohip !Blargenfladibblenohip !2 kuukautta sitten
  • Steve is as calm as marshmallow🤣

    The Big TThe Big T2 kuukautta sitten
  • Love your enthusiasm, but still don't understand the risk people taking , new friend from Thailand,

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  • Love this series Dingo!

    Ken ElseyKen Elsey2 kuukautta sitten
  • how can you be sure that he didn't apply anti-venom in between jump cuts/the 1.5 hour interval?

    OG infamisOG infamis3 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo you great mann! Please just be very careful and I know u don’t underestimate the snakes please🤝🏃🏾‍♀️

    Ozem NaleOzem Nale3 kuukautta sitten
  • bumm... black mamba

    João MirandaJoão Miranda3 kuukautta sitten
  • You should do one of these on Tyler Nolan's bite from a King Coba

    BrainofJoeyBrainofJoey3 kuukautta sitten
  • I knew it... I seen that years ago when i first opend this video i had s feeling it was him

    JAY booGeyJAY booGey3 kuukautta sitten
  • I bet he shoots the venom

    JAY booGeyJAY booGey3 kuukautta sitten
  • I love me a Steve video good that's a beautiful snake

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