Vídeo: El pájaro ɑsesino ciegɑ y derrota a las serρientes africanɑs venenosas en ᴜn abrir y cerɾɑɾ de ojos.

Vídeo: El pájaro ɑsesino ciegɑ y derrota a las serρientes africanɑs venenosas en ᴜn abrir y cerɾɑɾ de ojos.

The video of a killer bird taking down an African venomous snake was quickly captured by a tour guide at the Mala Mala Wildlife Sanctuary, South Africa.

 The image was captured by ieter van Wyk early in the morning while leading a group of tourists to visit the reserve.

In the clip, a bird is attacking a tree snake (Dispholidus typus) – one of the most venomous snakes in Africa. The snake kept turning and running away because the bird attacked its head and eyes. The little bird aggressively rushed in and blindly pecked at the snake’s eyes to find the fastest way to defeat its prey and then eat it.

It is known that this terrifying “killer” bird is a gray-headed bush shrike with the scientific name Malaconotus blanchoti. Gray-headed shrubs often appear at forest edges, riverside forest strips, on shrubs and steppe areas.

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The gray-headed Bach Thanh bird specializes in hunting snakes to eat meat.

The gray-headed cypress has an average size with a body length ranging from 23 – 26cm, weight ranging from 65 – 99g. They have short, rounded wings, a black beak with a curved hook, and blue-gray legs and feet.

This bird is known for its ferocious attitude, specializing in hunting snakes to eat, including extremely poisonous cobras that can be their victims. The bush shrike’s favorite food is the eyes and intestines of its prey.

The bush shrike's favorite food is the eyes and intestines of its prey.

The bush shrike’s favorite food is the eyes and intestines of its prey.
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The bush shrike's favorite food is the eyes and intestines of its prey.

The bush shrike’s favorite food is the eyes and intestines of its prey.

The first dust cypress bird likes to eat the eyes and intestines of its prey.

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