The mongoose is very similar to the meerkat, the honey badger, and the wolverine. They all come from the same nuthouse. They are fearless, aggressive, and don’t back down from anything. Snakes on the other hand are dangerous, but when confronted by a mongoose, they don’t amount to much. Have you ever seen a mongoose attack a King Cobra? What about a chicken crossing a road? If you want to see some wild battles, you need to watch this, as we countdown 14 crazy battles of wild snakes and mongooses.
Snakes Fight Dogs
A snake is discovered in a bush by these dogs, and one of them rips it out. When the snake falls to the ground, the dogs attack it, barking and biting it. The snake remains motionless until one of the dogs attempts to bite it. It lunges at the cameraman who is capturing the snake’s misery on tape.
The youngsters finally get a hold of the snake and drag it out after realizing it made a mistake by coming to this residence, this brave dog pursues down a snake attempting to flee. The dog attacks and grabs the snake for a brief moment. The cobra is still standing and ready to strike, and the battle will go on until the early hours of the morning. This snake is a little more aggressive, lunging towards the dog to bite it, but the snake has finished as soon as the dog bites and mangles it.
This rottweiler attempts to bite a snake that has trespassed into his yard, but the snake is ferocious and resists. The rottweiler finally catches the snake and attempts to shred it, but instead dumps it back on the ground. I assume the snake is dead because it isn’t moving after seeing all these dogs attack snakes in prior clips and in this footage, I’m wondering if they’re all immune to the snake’s venom. I mean, the snake must get a bite or two in there somewhere. This cobra is in horrible shape, and the dogs have virtually sliced it in half. The lacerations in the center of his body are visible and are not a good sign
Snake VS Cat
Any snake can be killed by a cat. They are a tough opponent for snakes since they are swift, nimble, and intelligent. Snakes that are venomous are included because they can avoid toxins from being deposited by a quick bite. This cat and snake spend some time examining each other in the first segment. Any of them can attack at any time. The cat circles the snake and taps it on the head on a regular basis, but the snake remains concentrated and stands firm. As the snake tries to wriggle away, the cat becomes more violent. This cat is staring at a snake in a basket, and as the snake lunges at the cat, the cat leaps into the air, evading the bite. This cat can jump a long way. If a snake tried to bite me, I’m sure I would as well.
Nomadic tribes hold the sand cat in high regard. Sand cats were said to be friends of the prophet Mohamed. When the horned viper spots the sand cat, he has no choice but to attack it. The viper has a chance of living if it can bite the cat. The sand cat, confident, taps the snake on the head numerous times to encourage it. The snake is unable to reach the cat with a bite because of the cat’s claws. Until the final blow, the fight is lengthy and grueling. In this close-up, you can see the snake’s injuries caused by the cat. I guess we already know who will win. This white cat attempts to tap this snake on the head, but the snake rushes at it and nearly strikes it. While his friend was watching, the cat managed to avoid the worst