VIPER BITE TO THE FACE!!! Man Vs Reptile....

In todays video we look at what a viper can do when it bites you in the face! We interview Natie Swart and chat to him about a snake bite that almost took his life four times.
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  • Can you imagine what a bite from a puff adder, fer de lance or rattler would do if it got u on the beak????

    Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman5 kuukautta sitten
    • You would beak the dust for sure.

      Eventual VisitorEventual VisitorUukausi sitten
    • If it is a Fer de lance I might just lose my nose or my lower jaw.

      Nooby NoobsterNooby Noobster5 kuukautta sitten
    • One question? Dino are you a Southafrican??

      GAME OF DRONESGAME OF DRONES5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Blayne Walkerシ are their names burnt and chard

      Bayball JabariBayball Jabari5 kuukautta sitten
    • After seeing that Puff Adder video which smashed the interior if that rat, I am guessing a puff adder bite to the face would pretty much destroy a persons face.

      Robert GlennieRobert Glennie5 kuukautta sitten
  • Change his name to Lucky

    Paul SwilleyPaul Swilley12 päivää sitten
  • Do you guys understand? Thatss it

    Carlos CariasCarlos Carias20 päivää sitten
  • I feel like Natie doesn't learn from his mistakes.

    J HenryJ Henry29 päivää sitten
  • So this fella died 4 times, survived deadly snake bites and almost died 54 times. Has he bought a lottery ticket yet?

    Dan ArcheyDan ArcheyUukausi sitten
  • Not sure if Natie is the most lucky man in the world, or the least lucky. Imagine having that kinda luck, or lack of.

    PoppaBearPoppaBearUukausi sitten
  • Interviews friend Laughs at friend telling horrible story the whole time 🤣 That guy is so lucky to be alive.

    Amanda SprouseAmanda SprouseUukausi sitten
  • Here in Virginia where Copperheads are one of two venomous native snakes (the other being Eastern Diamond Back Rattlers,) we don’t think of copperheads as “medically insignificant” as I’ve heard Dingo say before. To the contrary, we are taught that they’re potentially deadly. Almost everyone knows at least one person who’s been bitten! I know 2 people, both are fine now. But it wasn’t an insignificant event either time by any means! One man was bitten on the leg when taking out the garbage at night, and his leg swelled up to 4 times its normal size and he spent 2 days in the hospital receiving antivenom and treatment. The other, my uncle, received a bite to the hand when he picked up a tangled up water hose and found that a copperhead was part of the hose. He was in ICU for 3 days, in hospital for a week. These snakes are no joke. Both of these guys are large men too. Imagine a small child getting tagged. They’re in our woods mostly, but unlike the more recluse rattlesnakes, they’re more prone to wandering up into yards in suburban areas. We don’t walk in the woodsy areas near our house without talk boots on, and we have to be careful when retrieving firewood or clearing yard debris (also because of black widows and brown recluses, something we have TONS of even in busy city areas!) Our 4 venomous creatures are all I can handle. I can NOT imagine living in Australia or Africa or even parts of South America where all of the animals are like “I’ll kill you in 4 minutes! You have less than 30 seconds to get to a hospital or you’re dead! Or your arm will turn black and fall off! Or I’ll eat your pet cat!” 😂

    Sabrina SasserSabrina Sasser2 kuukautta sitten
  • If this guy has been bitten 34 times wtf is he doing handling snakes?

    daniel memandaniel meman2 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo, I was wondering if you had any copperheads. I didn't think you did since I haven't seen any videos on them. Good to hear you finally speak about them.

    Maurice R. Robinson Jr.Maurice R. Robinson Jr.2 kuukautta sitten
  • Definitely the coolest looking copperhead I’ve ever seen👍 I live in north Texas, usually see like 3-5 a year. See lots of cottonmouths.

    Mathew DoughtyMathew Doughty2 kuukautta sitten
  • took all the wrinkles out of his skin anyway.

    Craig CrawfordCraig Crawford2 kuukautta sitten
  • Natie Swart you are damn lucky to survive all you've been through , respect to you !

    Dazza001Dazza0012 kuukautta sitten
  • I love copperheads

    Bruce CorbinBruce Corbin2 kuukautta sitten
  • 5:28 BEST PART OF THE VIDEO - TRY NOT TO LAUGHT LMOA

    Bluewild GamingBluewild Gaming3 kuukautta sitten
  • Ok no copperheads will kill you no matter where you're bitten. Weve had thousands of people die from copperheads in my area (northern idaho) alone. Most bites were inflicted on the foot.

    look at my eyeslook at my eyes3 kuukautta sitten
  • For extra money I “sex snakes”..??????? HALARIOUS!

    pandabear631pandabear6313 kuukautta sitten
  • Natie Swart put Chuck Norris in a dress with matching heels and made him twerk!

    pandabear631pandabear6313 kuukautta sitten
  • Great video! Keep them coming...

    JohnJohn3 kuukautta sitten
  • When you become a South Park character 😂 ... This man is a legend !!

    Nazim MedjekaneNazim Medjekane4 kuukautta sitten
  • I guess they forgot to mention the EF5 tornado, rabies and Ebola he survived too. This guy should play the lottery.

    W TW T4 kuukautta sitten
  • Can we have a series where you guys just chill with a beer, recounting his stories. I feel like you really upped the anti at the beginning, then left us hanging with a teaser.

    Seeking EudaimoniaSeeking Eudaimonia4 kuukautta sitten
  • Natie is a great guest. More quiet and understated than Dingo but his stories are incredible. It's a good combo.

    Paul SwiftPaul Swift4 kuukautta sitten
  • Itl make your starfish tighter then a snare drum 😂

    Night GhostNight Ghost4 kuukautta sitten
  • These guys who survived all this crazy stuff usually die from something like passing gas.

    dreamingcodedreamingcode4 kuukautta sitten
  • Some people say Copperhead venom doesn't hurt. I beg to differ. I was tagged on the foot in 2010 & was in hospital 3 days. Drs done a one cut fasciotomy(I still have the scar & medical records to prove this) & gave me CroFab. Evidently it helped cause the swelling finally stopped mid-thigh. It was VERY painful.

    Prissy LeamonPrissy Leamon4 kuukautta sitten
  • I've had one encounter with a copperhead. it was right next to my foot and my cousins uncle on the maternal side (im a cousin from the paternal) decided it'd be a good idea to get rid of it with a shotgun. I was lucky he didn't blow my foot off, though the snakes head was gone.

    giveme pennysgiveme pennys5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo, that's a real beauty. Here in the US we call that a Southern Copperhead. Awesome video!

    James NapierJames Napier5 kuukautta sitten
  • Of the 19 confirmed snake bite fatalities from domestic species in the U.S. since 2011, 4 came from Copperhead bites. They weren't all a result of anaphylactic shock. I think part of the perception problem of Copperheads being incapable of delivering a potentially life threatening bite is a by-product of their underwhelming L.D. score. Humans aren't mice. Whether or not this is the root cause for under-estimating their potency, I can share that is was my perception as well as the staff of the Nature and Science Center where I worked when I was tagged on the finger by a 2.5 foot Copperhead. This happened in 1984 and I seriously doubt the center would allow someone relatively inexperienced like myself to directly interact with their venomous collection today. In my case, I received either a dry bite or an extremely low yield of venom. It was quite a few years ago but if memory serves me my symptoms were limited swelling and a little bit of pain. I didn't even get a headache or experience nausea. For the record, I wasn't handling the snake, I was trying to move it to a holding bin so I could clean it's habitat. I was fortunate to get a "free lesson" in the risks of working with venomous snakes and it marked the last time I put myself in that position. I continue to be fascinated by these beautiful animals but now only from a safe distance. I'm curious about one thing though. Is there really such a thing as a "dry bite", meaning no venom entered the victim at all? While adult snakes are capable of controlling their venom yield, wouldn't some venom leak out of a hollow fang, even if it was an extremely small quantity? Perhaps there are just too many variables to be able to generalize the relative danger of one venomous snake in relation to another. There are surface elements of a bite including venom yield, location of the bite, time-frame to medical treatment, quality of medical treatment. There are health factors related to bite victim including underlying conditions, potential for allergic reaction, and behavior following the bite. You can also throw in the high likelihood of regional differences in the venom components of a particular species. We know with certainty this is the case for Rattlesnakes. I don't know if it's the case for Copperheads, but I think it's in the realm of possibilities, especially if their primary food sources vary.

    Matthew McClureMatthew McClure5 kuukautta sitten
  • He looks like a bobblehead

    Tim DixonTim Dixon5 kuukautta sitten
  • Copperheads are our common snakes here in Northeast Pennsylvania. Great snakes. We actually have a local festival called the rattlesnake roundup. In 2019 there was a copperhead a bit over 5' which is extremely odd to see but had that thick fat looking body still. Come to find she had a full tummy and was pregnant. But biggest one I saw. And we had a really heavy rattlesnake caught then too. Everyone goes out from the local town who handles snakes and catches the local venomous snakes most common. Then they get a festival Sunday afternoon teach us about them and show the dangers of hiking in our areas and how to avoid bitings. Would love to see dingo make a random trip to make a guest appearance at it some year

    Levi PerilloLevi Perillo5 kuukautta sitten
  • We have copperheads in my area. Generally where one is multiple are. Not good snakes.

    FFEMTB08FFEMTB085 kuukautta sitten
  • I think he should leave snakes alone

    Carolyn RichterCarolyn Richter5 kuukautta sitten
  • Have noticed this guy does not put his own safety first , turns his back on a black mamba is a good example. No sympathy.

    David ThomasDavid Thomas5 kuukautta sitten
  • I live in Alabama, USA and we know of the Copperhead. They have a reputation of being aggresive and having a scent of cucumbers. Also, I had surgery in August, aspirated stomach fluid and stopped breathing. My throat felt like it was on fire for a week or so. I'm still coughing up slime. My wife was really pissed because the doc didn't tell her about it.

    Sam BowlesSam Bowles5 kuukautta sitten
  • I didn’t know a copperhead bite wasn’t supposed to be that bad. I live in Ohio we have a ton of copperheads and they always tell us how deadly they are

    Connor CostelloConnor Costello5 kuukautta sitten
  • My daughter when she was 2 found one in the woods by my house pulled it out by the tail she’s lucky it didn’t bite her

    justintrybajustintryba5 kuukautta sitten
  • I have a pair of copper heads and the are not venomous

    KiD DvSKiD DvS5 kuukautta sitten
  • How many times will you see - So many times and kill.

    БОГ ВОЙНЫБОГ ВОЙНЫ5 kuukautta sitten
  • Wow that guy is invisible!

    Monkey BossMonkey Boss5 kuukautta sitten
  • Why no anti-venom in South Africa? Could you do an episode on the history of anti-venom?

    Teresa SelbyTeresa Selby5 kuukautta sitten
  • In Arkansas we chop off their heads

    Carol StephensCarol Stephens5 kuukautta sitten
  • You are both nuts. But a good video

    Alan snellingsAlan snellings5 kuukautta sitten
  • ..I'm telling you, from someone who lives where there are LOTS of Copperheads..they are NOT "mildly venomous" or "semi-venomous"..it has always concerned me that they are so often presented that way...no, they will not take you out as quickly or surely as a rattlesnake, but they can grow to be quite big, and are much grumpier and more prone to strike than most rattlesnakes, particularly a timber rattlesnake...and their bites can be VERY nasty and painful, and yes, sometimes life-threatening...remember, they are closely related to the Cottonmouth, which has a really nasty and potentially life-threatening bite. I have noticed the European Adder is also presented as being semi-venomous or mildly venomous, and not dangerous also...since I know nothing about European Adders, I can't comment on that one, but I wonder how it's bite compares to a Copperhead?....

    dyer2cycledyer2cycle5 kuukautta sitten
  • I live in Eastern North Carolina in the United States and had a copperhead go straight thru my legs while I was chopping wood. Not sure who was scared more, me or the copperhead. Closest I have come to a venomous wild snake. 🤔

    yellowfoxbodyguyyellowfoxbodyguy5 kuukautta sitten
  • That closeup of the face cracks me up every time I see the thumbnail, let alone the video.

    Finesse03Finesse035 kuukautta sitten
  • His name is Dingo?

    Rafael JimenezRafael Jimenez5 kuukautta sitten
  • He’s not human he’s a different breed

    Uhh HonaUhh Hona5 kuukautta sitten
  • Ghosts sit around the campfire and tell Natie stories.

    amazingtboneamazingtbone5 kuukautta sitten
  • Hey dingo im loving the new intro from Samantha from Birmingham in the uk

    Sam DudleySam Dudley5 kuukautta sitten
  • I don’t know why Dingo felt the need to constantly interrupt and then interpret what the other guy was saying - we could all understand him.

    Mike NolanMike Nolan5 kuukautta sitten
  • Please! I'm really curious about this man's line of work/lifestyle. It's not only he's been bit by (venomous?) snakes several times, but ran over by cars like twice as much as a person who is considered ran over by cars too much throughout his life and shot more times than your average gangster. No disrespect meant, I'm just imagining this man as the most reckless person ever!

    Alex MKRAlex MKR5 kuukautta sitten
  • Me, grew up in these snakes' natural home: What a petty one you got there dingo! What is it?

    Dackson FluxDackson Flux5 kuukautta sitten
  • I had a good friend in HS that was bitten by a copperhead on the hand. He was well laid up in hospital for a week. His hand and arm swole 2-3x normal size. It was a thoroughly awful experience. Super impressive and beautiful snake. Capable of delivering a nasty bite.

    4randosutube4randosutube5 kuukautta sitten
  • Jeez man. You have the personality I loath.

    jon Iraggijon Iraggi5 kuukautta sitten
  • 1:30 dingo look at that snake go....must be famous among the ladies ?

    Ru SoRu So5 kuukautta sitten
  • If all those things in the intro are true........ why the pphhhhhuuuuuck would you stand anywhere near him? Better yet, why would you live in the same city as him? Good lord.

    Professor DoomProfessor Doom5 kuukautta sitten
  • Either he's extremely careless or has the worst possible luck on the planet 🤦‍♂️🤣

    Snakes in the hoodSnakes in the hood5 kuukautta sitten
  • I thought that was editing for the thumbnail. YIKES!

    LoganThe WyrmLordLoganThe WyrmLord5 kuukautta sitten
    • I'm still not convinced its a real photo still looks photoshopped to me

      Splooge McgeeSplooge Mcgee5 kuukautta sitten
  • Bro i really want u to live for ur family. I don't know how many more videos u can make before u die. I don't buy the bullshit that u love animals and all that. Its just like if a serial killer loves killing, do u think he should be doing that. He can say i just love killing people. Stay alive for ur kids.

    Jija JiJija Ji5 kuukautta sitten
  • He's a lucky man

    Mark PeruzziMark Peruzzi5 kuukautta sitten
  • With that many close calls and carnage, Natie is obviously good friends with God......... Either that, or he has a picture of him in a compromising position with a pig - and the big man ain't happy and is trying to make it "look" like an accident?

    AzAz5 kuukautta sitten
  • i wonder if he was allergic

    traveljunkietraveljunkie5 kuukautta sitten
  • I had one bite me on my right hip bone after I crawled in to a guesthouse bed without checking. Everything locally on my right side swelled up and i never bothered to go to the hospital. Its the only venomous snake I have ever been bitten by.

    News Now SecurityNews Now Security5 kuukautta sitten
  • Leave the snakes alone and you won’t get bitten

    Jack InmanJack Inman5 kuukautta sitten
  • Crazy!!!

    Caleb ShupingCaleb Shuping5 kuukautta sitten
  • Wholly crap! That was an AWESOME STORY! THAT WAS AN AWFUL PIC THO!!!

    Sandra MorrisonSandra Morrison5 kuukautta sitten
  • BAM!

    KRKR5 kuukautta sitten
  • The small copperheads seem to be crankier than the large ones.

    Bill WilsonBill Wilson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Natie's nickname is lucky.

    Bill WilsonBill Wilson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Natie should play the Lottery

    Jeremiah & Leslea WilderJeremiah & Leslea Wilder5 kuukautta sitten
  • That gentleman has a bunch oh angles watching over him. He needs to write a book about about all his deadly insane life.

    Theresa GrosscupTheresa Grosscup5 kuukautta sitten
  • Just a wild guess, but I don’t think Natie is particularly risk-averse? What a guy! 👍🏻😁

    Dave JohnsonDave Johnson5 kuukautta sitten
  • 13 car wrecks he must be a terrible driver

    Tdog 23140Tdog 231405 kuukautta sitten
  • Absolutely Love your videos

    Lenique AddisonLenique Addison5 kuukautta sitten
  • What a great story and that shirt is just pure madness! It has the same material as a table cloth that my mother gave me 20 years ago. So this begs the question - was Natie wearing that shirt when he got bitten, crashed cars and motorbikes, electrocuted and shot all those times? That would explain some things for sure :P 🤣😎

    scottbdascottbda5 kuukautta sitten
  • if you use respect and knowledge there really aren't many, if any, animals to be afraid of. It's when you don't know what you are doing, or are caught by surprise, that you have trouble.

    Gary SmithGary Smith5 kuukautta sitten
  • Yes you wonder about this guy . He might be alright but what is his background. Employed by Gangsters ? French Foreign Legion ? Oh well he probably has a lot of entertaining stories and many of them might be BS but in this day and age I can be suspicious of people & it takes me awhile to trust somebody and don’t dare try to ring money out of me .

    Dag NabbitDag Nabbit5 kuukautta sitten
  • In North America rattlesnakes especially Mojave and Cottonmouths bites normally do more damage then copperhead but everyone’s different. My buddy got bit twice by copperhead nothing to serious for him.

    Backwoods SurvivalistBackwoods Survivalist5 kuukautta sitten
  • I am sure something is being lost in translation.....but you do what to snakes for money?

    Kittie PerryKittie Perry5 kuukautta sitten
    • He sexes them. Meaning he examines them to determine whether they're male or female 🙂

      Katie DKatie D4 kuukautta sitten
  • Jesus! remind me to never stand next to that guy!

    sifridbassoonsifridbassoon5 kuukautta sitten
  • copperhead - just disappears in the leaves on the side of trail. invisible if Ya don't know exactly where it is....

    Rick CRick C5 kuukautta sitten
  • This guy must put 90% in the offering plate every Sunday.

    Branden HilerBranden Hiler5 kuukautta sitten
    • Halarious!

      pandabear631pandabear6313 kuukautta sitten
  • Sounds like a guy who i wouldn't wanna be friends with after hearing all that. Either he's really unlucky or sucks at life lol

    Robert BevilacquaRobert Bevilacqua5 kuukautta sitten
  • Watch he gets taken out from something like a tick bite.

    G PG P5 kuukautta sitten
  • am i the only person who thought of a blobfish, when they showed his photo?

    JuanJuan5 kuukautta sitten
  • In Texas here I have them in my yard every year. My dogs get bitten every couple of years. Since it's normally not fatal most hospitals don't even keep the antivenin on hand. It's expensive and they seldom have to use it. Benedryl and cold compresses do just fine. It's what the vets do for most cases. My big dog was bitten a couple weeks ago, we saw it happen, but it was pretty much a dry bite. Slight swelling gone overnight, but each person and each animal and each bite is different. This bite was frightening

    Karen WilliamsKaren Williams5 kuukautta sitten
  • Ik denk dat hij beter binnen kan blijven en overal vanaf blijven. Is veiliger voor hem

    Naeff Cold BloodedNaeff Cold Blooded5 kuukautta sitten
  • Copperheads venom are natural blood thinners and are important to making very useful medication

    Wesley HuntWesley Hunt5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo I reckon you could lick his arse a bit more if you really try!

    sseedellsseedell5 kuukautta sitten
  • I you told us about 2 months ago that a copperhead couldn’t kill people , maybe now you will have a little more respect for copperhead snakes I am the one who tried to tell you those snakes kill way more than you may think ! Glad he was able to live and tell you about copperhead snakes how did a copperhead end up in Derbin ?

    jerry palmerjerry palmer5 kuukautta sitten
    • Acting like a copperhead bite is no big deal is acting like getting shot with a 22 is no big deal.

      Bill WilsonBill Wilson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Literally only watched the first minute before I typed this but where in the blue hell do you guys find these damn terminators man??

    Stewie GriffinStewie Griffin5 kuukautta sitten
  • You notice how the peacocks responded to Dingo’s laugh?

    Sam SlaterSam Slater5 kuukautta sitten
  • This guy should be awarded by Guinness world records

    BezalelBezalel5 kuukautta sitten
    • yeah, even i was blown away

      sizwe sibanyonisizwe sibanyoni5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo he didnt almost die he said he did die 4 times they had to bring him back 4 times he said

    Sean KalbSean Kalb5 kuukautta sitten
  • next week can natie wear a different shirt 👕

    Simon DSimon D5 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo I live in Kentucky.and over the years I have had 6 copperhead bites including one to the stomach. The pain lingers for a fee days and you have localized swelling. But Natie was lucky with his bite to the face. And yes I still handle my snakes including several species of rattlesnakes.

    Calvin BowlingCalvin Bowling5 kuukautta sitten
  • I live in the country in Missouri. I see at least 20 copperheads a year in my yard. This year though they decided to nest and hatch under my front porch. I'm really not a snake person they leave me alone I leave them alone.

    Tina McDonaldTina McDonald5 kuukautta sitten
  • Damn with all that he's one unlucky dude

    Joe RicoJoe Rico5 kuukautta sitten
  • Australians... salute...

    Breathing ArtBreathing Art5 kuukautta sitten