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Cold blooded: Watch cannibal snake eat one of its own

Cold blooded: Watch cannibal snake eat one of its own
The elegant brutality of nature was on display in Australia this month when a reptile wrangler captured one small-eye snake eating another.

The unnamed narrator from Toowoomba Snake Catchers introduced the video with a science lesson, “It is common for snakes to eat other snakes, but less common to get it on video. I hope you enjoy.”

This is amazing. Cannibal small eyed snake eating another small eyed snake

Posted by Toowoomba Snake Catchers 24/7 on Sunday, February 7, 2016

The “24/7 service” in Queensland offers house calls for reptile removal as well as live shows where you can meet the sexy slithering snakes.

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In this impressive display, the hungry alpha snake stuffed the other one in its mouth, chomping through its scaly snack, leaving just its skinny tail.