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Through a YouTube video we were shown the raw battle waged by these two gigantic reptiles. The animals disputed the territory and everything was witnessed by a tourist who was in the area.
A young tourist was visiting the exotic Everglades National Park in the United States and came across an incredible surprise that he will never forget. The reason? The man managed to record the brutal confrontation between two fierce reptiles. As it was seen on YouTube, the adventurer was left with his “hair on end” as he could register how a predator ended up becoming the prey of the other after receiving a series of deadly bites.
After the incredible sighting, the daring tourists who were on board a truck asked the driver to park at a safe distance to watch the incredible battle.
When zooming in on the camera, the man could distinguish the two creatures that fought each other in a fight to the death through the territory of a lagoon that served as the place where animals went to quench their thirst. In the viral images of YouTube a crocodile can be seen biting into a huge snake; However, thousands of users were terrified of the unexpected outcome.
Apparently, a huge python that prowled the gigantic lagoon waiting for unsuspecting prey, never imagined that it would be attacked by a crocodile that was lurking close by and would take advantage of its distraction to pounce on his body with his sharp teeth.
Ewan Wilson, responsible for the YouTube recording, spotted the huge 13-foot-long python trapped by the face of an American alligator 11 feet long. As the battle continued, the agile reptile waved its mouth from side to side in an amazing demonstration of power. Unfortunately, the snake ended lifeless in a brutal struggle for survival in the animal kingdom.
The video was shared on YouTube by the “Cater Clips” page, which accumulated more than 260,000 views, 500 shared and dozens of comments, where users did not stop being surprised. “What great strength of a crocodile bite, it can hit and rotate such large pythons,” he concluded.
Source: La Republica