|One morning a blind bunny was hopping down the bunny trail and tripped over a large snake and fell, kerplop right on his twitchy little nose.
‘Oh please excuse me,’ said the bunny. ‘I didn’t mean to trip over you, but I’m blind and can’t see.’
‘That’s perfectly all right,’ replied the snake. ‘To be sure, it was my fault. I didn’t mean to trip you, but I’m blind too, and I didn’t see you coming. By the way what kind of animal are you?’
‘Well, I really don’t know,’ said the bunny. ‘I’m blind, and I’ve never seen myself. Maybe you could examine me and find out.’
So the snake felt the bunny all over, and he said, ‘Well, you’re soft, and cuddly, and you have long silky ears, and a little fluffy tail and a dear twitch little nose. You must be a bunny rabbit.’
The bunny said, ‘I can’t thank you enough. But, by the way, what kind of animal are you?’
The snake replied that he didn’t know either, and the bunny agreed to examine him, and when the bunny was finished the snake asked, ‘Well, what kind of animal am I?’
The bunny had felt the snake all over, and he replied, ‘You’re cold, you’re slippery, and you haven’t any balls………… You must be a politician!’
Have you ever wanted to know what’s inside a Rattlesnake’s tail? Well, wonder no more.
We CUT OPEN a Rattlesnake Rattle to see what’s inside!!
Rattlesnakes are dangerous reptiles that can have a lethal bite, luckily for us this one was not alive.
We learned a lot about Rattlesnakes in making this video and hope you enjoy it.
Hey, you never know!
A snake bite does not necessarily mean an envenomed bite, injection of venom is under the snake’s control. Snakes will often (about 50% of the time) deliver a “dry bite” where venom is not injected. Should you be bitten, remain calm under all circumstances. Panic and shock are bigger killers than venom.
Parenting at it’s best!
That is an anaconda and that kid should not be riding or sleeping with it! Omgoosh.
It sounds like an urban legend… but it isn’t. A woman’s worst nightmare came to life when she found a 5-foot boa constrictor coming out of her toilet.
You’ve heard of snake on a plane, but could you imagine finding one in your toilet at work?
Two San Diego women were completely shocked when they found a 5-foot Colombian Rainbow Constrictor coming out of the toilet in their office at 433 G Street in San Diego (map).
Stephanie Lacsa and Holly Wells, co-founders of Vertical PR + Marketing, noticed the water in the toilet was higher than usual. Lacsa said she grabbed a toilet plunger and noticed something coming out of the toilet.
The business woman saw a flickering tongue and ran out of the bathroom screaming.
San Diego County Department of Animal Services arrived and entered the bathroom, which Lacsa admitted to taping shut. The snake had completely exited the toilet and was coiled behind the toilet.
Daniel De Sousa with SD County Animal Services said the boa constrictor bit one of the handlers since it was removed from the downtown office.
He described the snake to be shedding and agitated.
De Sousa said it was likely the snake was someone’s pet, and not something that came from a sewer.
Lacsa confirmed she received word from her landlord that a tenant in the same building owned a snake that likely got lost. However, the tenant at this point is nowhere to be found.
The public relations company is located at the Old San Diego City Hall, which was built in 1886. Lacsa and Wells said they had come accustomed to old pipes and stubborn plumbing, but they were not prepared for this.
Animal control officers captured the snake and took it to a veterinarian.
They are waiting for the owner to come forward and retrieve the reptile.
Amazing Hand Paintings
Guido Daniele was born in Soverato (Italy) and now lives and works in Milan. He graduated from Brera School of Arts and he has been painting and participating in personal and group art exhibitions since 1968. In 1972 he started working as hyper-realistic illustrator, in co-operation with major editing and advertising companies, using