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Heath of Network: the little birdie has drawn a live snake


Heath of Network: the little birdie has drawn a live snake
Small feathery has pecked out to a snake of an eye, and then has torn to pieces alive in the face of the woman. An incident was filmed by the veterinarian Gabriela Benavides in national park of Kruger in the Republic of South Africa. The video has been published on YouTube channel Kruger Sightings. The woman became the witness of how the African bird, related to sparrows, has attacked a venomous snake. The little birdie has at first pecked out to a reptile of an eye, and then has alive torn out a part of interiors. Less than per day the roller has collected more than 28 thousand viewings. Ocheviditsa of an incident I was surprised to what was seen. The woman has told that she at first has thought that the bird protects a nest. But it has turned out that feathery I have killed a snake for food. The day before "the hairy monster" has frightened inhabitants of Kamchatka. Also the correspondent wrote that thousands of antelopes have jumped to the river with crocodiles of News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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