In this episode, I review a video sent to me by many people of some guys shooting a beautiful cape cobra! This video is the reason we do what we do! Although it breaks my heart to share this with you, I hope it will continue to educate and inspire you to protect these spectacular reptiles!
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  • I agree. That snake deserves to live. They should have left it alone

    Kyle JimKyle JimPäivä sitten
  • I once saw someone run over a puff adder for fun, sadness

    Kendyll MurdochKendyll Murdoch3 päivää sitten
  • Thing that sucks, the people in my area do exactly that, and the rattlesnake population is zero

    Kendyll MurdochKendyll Murdoch3 päivää sitten
  • Who else always sides with the animals 100% of the times when they attack humans?

    joey sandsjoey sands8 päivää sitten
  • People go out of their way to purposely kill venomous, or even non venomous snakes quite often. Whether these two darlings had this intention idk. But we live in a brainwashed world.

    H KH K10 päivää sitten
  • Yo how did he miss

    GoldenEagle 700GoldenEagle 70011 päivää sitten
  • I'm sorry but if it comes down to me or the snake its a dead bastard, my life is more important, now if you want to sacrifice your life for a snake that is your business. My life and my family are more important to me than a snake

    timothy robertstimothy roberts14 päivää sitten
  • Such a shame they would shoot that cobra like that. Makes you sick to the stomach when you slow down the footage and see the holes in the hood. No ill will but wouldn't it have been better and safer to just leave? I don't have any venomous pets, but I do keep a beautiful 4ft snow cornsnake, and he's just gorgeous. Most people are curious when they meet him (he's named after Dwight on the office) but a few have been startled or repulsed. Always hurts to see that reaction, because old Dwight is a doll to handle. He's a super inquisitive snake, but relatively calm/still compared to most corns. He's never struck out of fear, but I did manage to get my hand in between his thawed mouse and him once. It didn't hurt, left a unique looking U shape pattern though! Lol. The good news is that for every person who's been afraid of him, two or three others took the chance to hold him and got to see how sweet he is first hand. Thanks Dingo. You bring a lot of love and good will toward these magnificent snakes

    AV8AV817 päivää sitten
  • The only time I ever shot a snake was because it was an eastern brown, it was very very close to children and animals and no one with experience was nearby for capture. I didn’t like doing it, and it certainly wasn’t fun.

    ochre pietensochre pietens18 päivää sitten
  • I'm scared of snakes, just as much as the next person, but I would NEVER kill a snake- let alone one that is just defending itself. We encroached on ALL the animals territory, and defensive behaviour is normal. These men should be ashamed of themselves.

    Jessie BJessie B19 päivää sitten
  • Just ignorance

    Calvin GillenCalvin Gillen21 päivä sitten
  • People down where my mother was raised here in the US have the same fear of snakes. They will kill a snake even if it's harmless. They do have Timber Rattlers and Copperheads down there but even harmless Garter snakes are killed. One lady would be out gardening and see a snake and she wouldn't enter the garden again until her husband killed the snake. They would always worry about their kids going into the woods for fear they would be bitten by a snake. In all the years I was down there walking around in the woods I only saw one venomous snake. That was a copperhead from a distance. It never once threatened me and although I was carrying a gun I was never tempted to shoot at it. Interestingly my mom never was afraid of snakes. I would catch them all the time at home and bring them in and show them to her when I was a kid. She never was afraid, in fact she liked snakes. I caught a whole hand full of tiny Garter snakes and brought her a pocket full to show them to her. I said, "Look at what I found." and three tiny snakes stuck their heads out of my pocket. Actually they weren't too interested in leaving my pocket once they felt the heat of my skin. I kept them in there for some time before putting them back where I found them.

    Matt WyrickMatt Wyrick22 päivää sitten
  • Makes this video while snake is trying to bite him smh

    GamerFoYTGamerFoYT24 päivää sitten
  • Killer info

    toeknee Lorenzotoeknee Lorenzo24 päivää sitten
  • Did anyone get bitten by the cobra that was shot?

    Adam WagnerAdam Wagner24 päivää sitten
  • I been keeping snakes since i was six year old and this video of the shooting of that cobra really rattles me up! I own snakes including madagscan boas, common boas, rat snakes too name a few. And countless lizards and other reptiles. As im in the uk and have four kids under 8 i don't keep any venemous beauties yet! But when they are old enough i will as its on my list. I do get the opportunity to work with venemous snakes thankfully as i rescue and relocate adders throughout the UK as generally when found they are under threat from those who fear what they dont understand. Keep up the good work Dingo and much love to you and you're family. Stay safe and always look forward to the videos you make as Education is all we can do to teach people about these stunning and majestic animals!

    Ben StockfordBen Stockford25 päivää sitten
  • Truth be told I can't stand people that kill other animals for sport or out of fear. Ever since I was 6 years old I've loved snakes, spiders, Lions, Tigers, Bears. I've even been lucky enough to free handle certain snakes and spiders and even hold a bear cub. All animals only attack if they feel threatened. If you just simply give them space then they odds on you being attacked by any animal are pritty much slim to none. There is no need to be afraid of these animals cause they done want to attack and kill humans. They just simply want to left alone. The sooner people realise that the better off the world will be.

    Damian HeavenDamian Heaven25 päivää sitten
  • good shooting

    Silverback93Silverback9325 päivää sitten
  • I don't know the back story of the video, but what if the Cobra was near their camp or even home? I know I wouldn't want a King Cobra roaming around me. If they were really just in the bush, and there was no reason to mess with it, then I agree that they were out of line. I would be excited to see a wild King Cobra minding its own business. I live in the U.S. the only venomous snakes that I've seen in the wild are Timber Rattlers and Copperheads, and I've never messed with them.

    Jason VanMeterJason VanMeter27 päivää sitten
  • Wow I have enjoyed watching you and the snakes. This is the first time I disagree with you, not that what they were doing was right. It seems you would put a snake life over human life, That's not cool what about the little girl that lost her life to the snake.

    Julius CochranJulius Cochran27 päivää sitten
  • did they died?

    EwocKEwocK28 päivää sitten
  • My friend almost died becuase of a spitting cobra and to today she is so scared of snakes she cant even look at one on you tube

    Josua Van EedenJosua Van Eeden29 päivää sitten
    • ? she got bitten ?

      sdq sdqsdq sdq19 päivää sitten
  • I want to see whats gonna happen if i snake kills one of your loved ones

    Josua Van EedenJosua Van Eeden29 päivää sitten
  • fucked up people he was just tryin to stay low and get away and they shoot it really

    Aaron PierwolaAaron PierwolaUukausi sitten
  • i think if they had of walked away they would not have needed the gun aswell Dingo and i am happy that you are Educating people to do the right thing when encountering a snake in the wild

    James F4TTTYJames F4TTTYUukausi sitten
  • That is so friggen mean of those jerks that video mad me mad sorry they are idiots Dingo no 2 ways about na I bet they do it all the time.

    Brenda Shadley ShadleyBrenda Shadley ShadleyUukausi sitten
  • shoot all snake's

    Carli MooiCarli MooiUukausi sitten
  • Dingo I enjoy watching your videos. I know you respect the snakes and love them but they can't speak, just like when you might snap all of a sudden and say something you don't mean. To respect them and really respect them they can't speak and I feel like your luck will run out. How can they tell you when they don't want you handling them. Their body language can be fine one moment and then they can make humans not being in a great mood and that's when your time of luck will run out. Is it work making Christy a widow and your two children growing up without a father. Don't take this wrong I love watching different videos of snake handlers. But above all remember what you will be losing when that snake changes his disposition and your luck one-day Runs Out. The question to you what's more important your family or bothering those snakes when they can't speak and say they don't want you touching them are showing them off to make videos and I know you'll make an income off of it

    Michelle HallMichelle HallUukausi sitten
  • Horribly Horribly terrified of snakes, all of my life I've had the wrong impression, 37 and just got a corn snake and I absolutely love her and plan on getting more, wish I knew earlier in life.. thank you for what you do you have helped me understand and I'm passing it down

    Cale WarnerCale WarnerUukausi sitten
  • Why not just walk away absolutely shocking

    mark webstermark websterUukausi sitten
  • I liked when cobra charged at man saying like you wana mess with me

    Mushtaque AnsariMushtaque AnsariUukausi sitten
  • Obviously whatever they did has to be within the laws of their government. I don't know if that snake is a protected species. However, if I had a piece of land and I had kids, I might be inclined to get snakes removed from areas around where my kids would be (if I were to see them). Obviously getting a snake handler to remove it would be ideal, but that might cost more that you would be comfortable with (I believe that it was ~AUD 100 for getting a snake removed in Brissy when I was there). I don't like killing animals, but I will set up a trap to kill rats at my home, and I would get snakes removed in whatever way I can get them removed, if they are a nuisance. Out in the wild is totally different though, if you can avoid the snake, then just walk away (you don't get bit if you are not there). long story short, if they had to off the snake, then they should have offed it in a mature way. Why did they have to record killing the animal and in such a way? It didn't even serve the purpose of educating people about hunting or the like...

    Skovsen SkovSkovsen SkovUukausi sitten
  • They just aren't properly educated and have been conditioned into that mind set

    Jack LJack LUukausi sitten
    • still not an excuse for shooting an unprovoked animal, doesn't matter if it's a social norm or not.

      Keagan Van DuzerKeagan Van DuzerUukausi sitten
  • Everything you guys are doing will be saving these amazing creatures. Even if these videos save one snake each its still an amazing thing to do xxxx

    Laura RawlingsLaura RawlingsUukausi sitten
  • Eventually exotic animals will be extinct except for what's in the zoo.

    D-Block 87D-Block 87Uukausi sitten
  • Let me know how ya feel after it bites yer nut sac.

    taz jammertaz jammerUukausi sitten
  • next time you are gonna shoot a snake use a shotgun so you don't miss!

    Jaime CasaJaime CasaUukausi sitten
    • Jaime Casa. Like you

      Josua Van EedenJosua Van Eeden29 päivää sitten
    • i like jour comments

      Carli MooiCarli MooiUukausi sitten
  • They are not educated

    Curt ZuCurt ZuUukausi sitten
  • Arnt cobras not suppose to chase?

    NeaLNeaLUukausi sitten
  • Fear makes reasonable people act unreasonable. We as a species need to learn to control that fear and not let fear control us.

    x31omegax31omegaUukausi sitten
  • Hi I think they should educate themselves about the animals 8nclouding snakes before doing somrhing like that or was away

    karin buffkarin buffUukausi sitten
  • Our copperheads in Australia are as dangerous as those..

    Fred HillsFred HillsUukausi sitten
  • cape cobba :P POG

    zeezno shenzeezno shenUukausi sitten
  • Well.. I know you said nothing negative... but my ten year old comes in while I'm watching..he said dad why.. I hope that cobra eats them!!! he said poor cobra.

    H.E.R.O WildlifeH.E.R.O WildlifeUukausi sitten
  • Love all your videos Dingo. I know you are an expert handler and know the behaviour of snakes extremely well but I have been worried recently about how relaxed you seem to be sometimes when handling them. Please don't get bitten with your allergies. The world needs you around for many more years to educate people about snakes. The snakes can't afford to lose you.

    David WilliamsDavid WilliamsUukausi sitten
  • That sucks. Shooting the animal should be the last resort, and out of self-preservation. Nothing in that clip shows that these two didn’t have a way around the snake. In fact, it seems that they even provoked the snake into being defensive initially and then of course it then attacking out of its own self-presentation when being shot. Clearly, this is abuse of that animal and not the two of them protecting themselves.

    Jeffrey LJeffrey LUukausi sitten
  • Dongo, the snack getting really close there boet

    Mypath4healthylivingMypath4healthylivingUukausi sitten
  • Out of curiosity DINGO...very respectfully I ask...what do you do if one is sighted in a populated area..I would probably decide to do the same if so to be you said a little girl died from a bite...I wouldn’t harm him in the wild but if it’s on a local/ populated road/area what do you do?

    pandabear631pandabear631Uukausi sitten
    • Get a stick and move it of the road..who drives around with a gun in the car anyway.That is so much scarier than a snake on the road.must be American.

      Brigette EbejerBrigette EbejerUukausi sitten
  • Thor made me nervous there a time or two at the end 😬

    Amanda FuquaAmanda FuquaUukausi sitten
  • ......if seeing people shoot snakes is not to your liking, the last pace I would advise you to travel is to right here in the great US of A! Esp. where you plan to visit, the South! And were you to snap on somebody for doing so, they'd likely say "well what about this" while shooting it again.....when it comes to snakes and guns (ESP IN THE SOUTH) the most common thing they are used for apart from hunting, are killing snakes! it's just the way of life for us down here in these sub tropical southern states. However, they aren't killed just to be killed, well not all the time, most of the time, like in Louisiana, they serve them as meals at restaurants! So they do not go to waste. My dad raised me with the saying "The only good snake is a dead snake," despite how much I despise that saying and the meaning behind it, I love all animals, and snakes are my favorite. I wanted to be a reptile breeder, but with my dad's infatuation that snakes are evil (Southern Baptist.....), I've never been able to pursue that here I am, 27, still living at home....unable to do what I was meant to do, and love!....I don't want any sympathy, I'm just making you aware of what to expect when you get here...

    ExteEriorityExteEriorityUukausi sitten
  • So can anyone tell the rest of the story what happened to the snake 🐍an what happens to the guys

    SAL fromtheislandSAL fromtheislandUukausi sitten
    • the snake died, see the hole at 8:24, sadly nothing probably happened to the gunmen

      Keagan Van DuzerKeagan Van DuzerUukausi sitten
  • Way to go Dingo. I couldn't agree with you more. Greetings from Egypt.

    Refaat ElFanagilyRefaat ElFanagilyUukausi sitten
  • Fellow SA here, quick question been a massive croc enthusiast for 15 years, what procedures do I have to go through to own a croc?

    Cameron TowellCameron TowellUukausi sitten
  • Clickbait normie

    Karl DutyKarl DutyUukausi sitten

  • I'm not gunna lie my dog got bit by a copperhead while I was mowing the grass and I killed it but I was really pissed. But I do agree just leave the snakes alone, i work at our golf course and they always tell us to just leave the snakes alone most often the king snakes are the ones we see and they are good snakes the eat and kill the venomous snakes.

    nicholas clarknicholas clarkUukausi sitten
  • They should have left the snake alone.

    Snake lover7Snake lover7Uukausi sitten
  • As you see education i love all nature yes I live in ingland I don't have snakes but I do have warps bees yes putting your hand in a warps nest is not a good idea but with my love for all creatures that expeptsd me

    jamie dixonjamie dixonUukausi sitten
  • They are idoits finish and klaar leave the poor animal alone dammit

    Sheldone DirksSheldone DirksUukausi sitten
  • People can just be heartless to snakes

    Todd ShawyerTodd ShawyerUukausi sitten
  • As a soldier and a hunter I can understand fear and the willingness to shoot, if you fear for your life. If I was hunting and a snake surprised me and was within 2 meters. I would probably shoot as a fear reflex. If the distance was longer, I would give the snake It's space and let It be. But that is why i watch this channel. To learn.

    Kristian HansenKristian HansenUukausi sitten
  • I love snakes.... but if I came face to face with that I might panic and run and if I had a gun even shoot... I think most people would, it's easy to stand the moral high ground when you are safe and say it's wrong and you would never do that, but all of that changes when you feel in danger and not trained to deal with it.

    pepspepsUukausi sitten
  • We are going to be looking at a video about a video talking about the different video. Thank you. Enjoy The Video.

    Ethan EllisEthan EllisUukausi sitten
  • Why not just watch the snake cross the path and let it go. 😳😲 Conservation 🙏🙏 if we kill everything we are scared of there won't be any left. 🤔🤔 Humans are more distrustful.

    Cherie CornwellCherie CornwellUukausi sitten
  • Sad ppl just sad

    Hey1mA1exxHey1mA1exxUukausi sitten
  • Kill koz they won't spare you

    yaj matabudulyaj matabudulUukausi sitten
    • Dingo nt all people think like you ok

      yaj matabudulyaj matabudulUukausi sitten
  • My father had a saying, “Live and let live.” A great guide for dealing with people and wildlife.

    gutfinskigutfinskiUukausi sitten
  • What i can only see is obsession, take a look in India almost every where and it's so much to look after .⚰

    ronnie silvaronnie silvaUukausi sitten
  • Incidents like this is why we try to educate people Because their fears of snake is usually started as kids by people giving false information now don't get me wrong It pisses me off to see this because it looks like they had options to avoid the animal, is it possible they thought it would just be fun to shoot yes but until i can see the whole thing i will say it was that they were just so ill informed about snakes. Dingo love the show and all you do to get the right education out there

    just my opinionjust my opinionUukausi sitten
  • Cobra..." SO YOU HAVE A GUN...? CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!! " 🐍👍

    Bryan PBryan PUukausi sitten
  • Dingo I wanted to thank you for posting this video I used to be terrified of snakes and will admit that I have killed my fair share in the past now I don’t deal with venomous snakes but I am afraid of every snake or I say used to be because of you and your education I understand them a lot bit better and now just let them go and understand that they are not out to cause any harm even though sometimes they do still scare the shit out of me when I don’t expect him to be there but I realize you were right and what you say I know I feel bad for the snakes that I have killed in my life which probably was only like five and they were in my yard mainly black snakes which I know people are going to get on the inside are totally harmless but when I am trying to say is that you and your videos have changed me and I am sure has changed other peoples minds as well so keep up the good work because you do change the way people think me being one and thank you for that keep up the great videos also I wanted to add because I know you love snakes and I am starting to as well but I watch the video years ago where they were using freak animal props that look royal and putting them on the roadways like raccoons, rabbits, snakes and they showed with people on their vehicles bit and people would go out of their way to run over the snake almost every time even if they put it off the road where they risk the car getting in an accident they would still try to hit the snake so you were right and trying to educate people and I just wanted to say thank you. Once again it worked for me and I’m sure you have helped others

    Kevin GrahamKevin GrahamUukausi sitten
  • Absolutely shocking!! 😥💔

    Gail LeesGail LeesUukausi sitten
  • Hear in Australia lot of farmers shoot snakes it so wrong snakes are beautiful there hear for a reason it there land to just like ours

    Justin SlaterJustin SlaterUukausi sitten
  • Only one thing is certain when you encounter these snakes. Leave them alone.

    KrillinWinninKrillinWinninUukausi sitten
  • It's not right what they did but depends on the situation but I still say it was wrong

    Henno SchutteHenno SchutteUukausi sitten
  • We don't have cape cobras or king cobras here in sri lanka but I've seen a big Indian cobra several times on my property. He's intimidating as shit but he never raised his hood at me or tried to charge at me and truth be told im actually glad he's there because I know he's hunting those rats and other pests that create problems. People really need to learn how to respect these animals.

    Praveen DissanayakePraveen DissanayakeUukausi sitten
  • Can you imagine being that guy if he ended up getting bitten? Lol if he lived I would make fun of him for ever

    Jolfer 13Jolfer 13Uukausi sitten
  • **********HEY DINGO *********** look up the same video under the title “ Shooting and missing a cobra”. The video is longer, the first shot missed the snake, the second shot clipped him, and afterwards you can hear the guys laughing. Pretty sad, but I bet it changes your perspective. I hope this comment is seen by Kirsty, Dingo, or Sean......please give it likes (my comment, not the video I found). I’m not trying to be a jerk, I just wanted you to see the other video.**************************************Thanks.

    Jenn 1234Jenn 1234Uukausi sitten
  • I think it shows bravery in the snake to charge at the two people it had two options fight or flight and it chose fight, poor thing was causing no harm just move away from it would have carried on with its life. But those who shot it should have embraced its beauty and need educating in snake behaviour

    Simon FrySimon FryUukausi sitten
  • Less talk more video

    M.G. UmbrasM.G. UmbrasUukausi sitten
  • The best thing to do about snakes is to send a troop of the military in armor and kill all all those ugly monsters

    Taizz EmmanuelTaizz EmmanuelUukausi sitten
  • I’m not going to judge what they did as being right or wrong? We have to look at everything according to the factual circumstances and proper contexts of the situation, if known? In this video, we don’t have all of the facts or context of the situation of why they did what they did. As much as I enjoy the videos that Dingo does and I consider him to be an expert of almost all snakes, venomous and non venomous alike, Dingo is making assumptions of them shooting the snake due to fear. Granted, fear could have been the reason. But what if they are just outside of a village and that same cobra has gone into the village on numerous occasions, it has been relocated several times, but due to there being an easy food source in the village and/or surrounding areas, that same cobra keeps returning and as a result of it continuously returning to the village, men, women and children have all been bit by the cobra and many of them have died. What if that was the situation? And if it was that situation and the folks that just relocated it again, felt that they now had no other alternative but to shoot it, because it still continued to return back to the village every single time and in that process, bite people and animals. Then what they did by shooting the snake would be very justified even though it sucks seeing the snake get shot twice. No matter what the reason was, as to why they decided to shoot the snake, I do hate the fact that they didn’t get a head shot on the snake and then killed it instantly. With the snake being shot, regardless of if it survived being shot twice, or if it eventually died and succumbed to its wounds, the snake would have suffered in pain for an unknown amount of time. If you have to kill something, then kill it quick so that it does not suffer for any prolonged amount of time.

    J RJ RUukausi sitten
  • Dingo you shouldn't be lying down like that while handling venomous snakes. Please practice safer handling techniques for the people who watch your channel around the world.

    Arul VenkateshwaranArul VenkateshwaranUukausi sitten
  • Any time a video comes up in my recommendations that involves peoples shooting snakes (usually it's rattlesnakes) it's very aggravating. People do in fact kill out of fear. But it's due to the way generations of people have been raised over centuries with misinformation being passed around. In my opinion the only real way to end it is mass spread education, as well as physically picking up one of these animals to show people that they're not what they're being made out to be. If anyone reading this loves animals and is comfortable with doing it, go become a public educator and do shows for the public like dingo is doing. Or even film youtube videos of you interacting with them. If enough people engage eventually over time things like this will cease. 🐍🙂❤

    SawyerSawyerUukausi sitten
  • I sincerely hope that snake caught them!!

    Josh JermynJosh JermynUukausi sitten
    • No worries, the one that killed the little girl in her bed as she slept had the last laugh eh? 👍

      Che PearsonChe PearsonUukausi sitten
  • I feel really sad. Snakes are amazing and they really don’t have the intention to kill us. We should give them more respect and love.

    黃日恆黃日恆Uukausi sitten
  • Great video dingo. Your knowledge is awesome

    JakeJakeUukausi sitten
  • For me its so hard. I own a hognose snake n i love him. I would never kill a non venomous snake. But i also dont know what i would do if i saw a venomous snake outside my appartment or near somebody home. Because who knows if that snake may bite somebody or somebodys pets or if it wouldnt. i also do not believe there should be venomous snakes as peoples pets except for people who do it for anti venom , research, ect like You do to teach. I have seen youtubers who have em and i just dont believe should have them.

    zach fullerzach fullerUukausi sitten
  • It is hard because these animals can kill us

    Philip TinkhamPhilip TinkhamUukausi sitten
  • 1. These two couldn't hit the broad side of an aircraft carrier... and that's a very big target. 2. I am a bit of a hunter myself... and a snake of any kind to me is a waste of my time and ammo. 3. Little do Beavis and Butthead know... shooting a snake puts you in more danger than the snake biting you due to the threat of ricochets... especially with the way these two were shooting. Just let the snake go.

    NumberOneAirgunnerNumberOneAirgunnerUukausi sitten
  • Today, I would say that I would not have shot such a snake 🐍 But my Dad’s attitude was that the only good snake was a dead snake. I saw my dad take a shovel to more than one rattlesnake. That’s probably the best thing about watching dingo, is that he has helped me to change my mind about snakes. I’m still not much wanting to be trapped in a room with one, but I’m not repulsed by them in the same way that I used to be. Thanks dingo

    Ray GayRay GayUukausi sitten
  • 😭😭😭can't understand human mentality behind this...

    evky vevky vUukausi sitten
  • If its from a place of fear and a feeling of self defense then I could educate and forgive. If it was hey let's get out of the car and shoot that snake... then I hope it bit the shit out of them.

    Julian FloydJulian FloydUukausi sitten
  • fear might have caused it but they could have gave it the distance it respects , it truly is sad to see these misunderstood creatures get treated so poorly an unjustified..i just got my nile monitor which i named Dingo a few days ago ..were currently working on simple things to gain trust , the respect should come naturally :)

    comatosed911comatosed911Uukausi sitten
  • I was really hoping they missed. Very sad.

    Lou Ellen MillerLou Ellen MillerUukausi sitten
  • DINGO, I so much appreciate your attitude about not encouraging people to hate, whether it's people or animals. Your solution of education is the best way to proceed, and even though some folks watching your videos (see some of the comments on this thread) don't get it yet, maybe they will learn from you. Your relationship with an amazing animal like Thor the king cobra who could kill you many times over, proves everything you are saying about the mental attitude of snakes. It's very evident that human fear and ignorance is what causes problems between these animals and themselves. Keep doing what you're doing....WE LOVE YOU!

    Elise CurranElise CurranUukausi sitten
  • I’m kinda shocked how the snake went after them though- after getting shot twice!

    Zane JosephZane JosephUukausi sitten
    • i think it's kind of the instinctual version of closing the gap between you and a man with a gun(literally), its less maneuverable close range.

      Keagan Van DuzerKeagan Van Duzer29 päivää sitten
    • Me too, but I think It's hard wired into it. from when people threw rocks at snakes for thousands of years. "If the enemy can reach me, I need to move closer, to defend myself".

      Kristian HansenKristian HansenUukausi sitten
  • Your "free-handling" of the Malaysian king cobra shows how docile and reluctant they are to bite!

    Ro RRo RUukausi sitten
    • Then there’s Tyler missing his finger

    • Just cuz one is doesn't mean they all are. Each one has its own personality just like any human/animal in this world. Yeah big Malaysians are usually pretty chill but will still come at you in a split second

      T DT DUukausi sitten
  • Unfortunate decision by those guys. Retreat doesn't take anything away from you. Respect and let live the creatures you aren't educated about. It costs you nothing.

    Sherry BrzeczkaSherry BrzeczkaUukausi sitten
  • People need to realize that when they are educating people it does them no good to demonized those they seek to educate. Good job dingo

    wally Tuclkerwally TuclkerUukausi sitten