Two Snakes Are Wrestling to Show Their Dominance Ahead of Their Mating Season
The incident was captured by an ecologist in the outer banks of Australia where two snake were wrestling fiercely.
Ecologist Tali Moyer took this incredibly rare footage of two snakes rolling over each other in the Scotia Wildlife Sanctury, South Wales.
The snakes almost fought for an hour which was perfectly captured by the ecologist.
In general mating season of snakes start from spring and it is common scene in the wild that the male snakes fight with each other to show their dominance so that they can woo their female counterpart.
The ecologist finds it fascinating that the males fight with each other so that they can mate with female. The snake that loses the fight leave the area and the winner gets the right to mate female snake from that area.
It is very interesting to know from the ecologists that the snakes are not lover they are the fighter, who fights for love.
Some comments were very interesting to read. One follower asks that why they don’t bite each other while fighting and does their venom kill each other? Mr. Doyel the ecologist explains that the venom of same species is not harmful. They can survive each other’s bite.
One of the followers even joked that it is common in human too. I see these things happen near my local pub regularly.