Things aren't always what they seem, especially when it comes to snakes like these!
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funny I've watched a few NG and was thinking I like the humor with the nature and science. but i see a few hate the humor too. I would continue with humor/science/nature. but no comments would be the kiss of death
I think personally he was okay, but not more than that. I think if anybody don't want to listen to the talking they might as well turn off the sound on the video. Sometimes when i watch videos like this i turn of the video-sound and set on some music instead
You think this is scary but the two headed snake lives a tough life.Imagine having a second head that thinks differently and controls half of your body.Your second head would do whatever he wanted while you tried to do whatever you want,and you would end up fighting with yourself.That's the everyday life of the two headed snake
The snake is not poisonous, it is venomous. I can take the worlds most venomous snake and milk it's venom and drink it and be perfectly fine. However once it is injected into your blood stream, that is when the complications start.
I think this is the only acceptable situation when you can tell someone "Cool story, bro." without sounding like a douche. F**K! That narrator is horrible! WTF is wrong with him?! I wanna grab one of the snakes and jam it down his throat. Hmm...Should I jam the head or the tail in first? Fuck it! You can't tell them apart from one another anyways!
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