“Immune to poison” These 6 predators eat poisonous snakes as easily as … “eat candy”

When people hear snakes, people will immediately think of reptiles that bring danger and death. However, with the special favor of mother nature, these predators are endowed by nature with a precious gift of “immunity to poison” that allows them to kill and eat polar snakes. poison without worry. Do you know what these animals are?
1. Hedgehog
With high immunity to venom (withstands 25 times more arsenic than humans) and powerful armor with spiky fur, the Hedgehog can kill and eat a poisonous snake.
When confronted with a venomous snake, the hedgehog curls up, ruffles its sharp feathers, attacks and tries to poke its sharp teeth into the snake’s neck. But hedgehogs must avoid being bitten by venomous snakes or they may also die.
With high immunity to venom (withstands 25 times more arsenic than humans) and powerful armor with spiky fur, the Hedgehog can kill and eat a poisonous snake.
When confronted with a venomous snake, the hedgehog curls up, ruffles its sharp feathers, attacks and tries to poke its sharp teeth into the snake’s neck. But hedgehogs must avoid being bitten by venomous snakes or they may also die.

2. Mongoose

The mongoose has a very special snake-hunting feature, they often “fascinate” their prey with a stare that makes the snake become motionless and then attack.
Equipped with thick fur that can resist venom from snakes 20 times more than mice, the ability to dodge attacks quickly, bite and attack accurately with extremely strong venom, mongoose becomes the natural enemy of snakes. They can easily kill a 3m long king cobra.
Although not completely immune to venom, mongooses can recover if bitten and eaten by a snake.



3. Honey Badger (Ratel)
In the wild, honey badgers are known as “crazy people”, with thick skin, immunity to venom and sharp teeth, they can hunt venomous snakes and even fight lions. The honey badger is the snake’s most feared opponent, as it is immune to all snake poisons. When hungry, the honey badger ‘swallows’ the 1.5 meter long snake in less than 15 minutes.
If accidentally bitten by a snake and unconscious, after about 2-3 hours, the honey badger can recover and eat the killed snake. Surprisingly, it also uses its own venom to kill other snakes.


4. Kite (Secretbird) and Eagle (Circaetus)
Hawks and eagles are also known as carnivores because snakes are the favorite prey of this bird, especially eagles love to eat black mamba venomous snakes.
With the advantage of long legs, the Hawk often knocks down snakes with a powerful and precise kick. It usually picks up the snake in the air and then throws it on a rock to kill the snake.
When detecting snakes, eagles often attack the snake’s head from above, using sharp claws to cause injury. Although not immune to snake venom, with its extremely fast attack speed, eagles often dodge snake bites.

5. Pangolin Armadillos (anteaters with super strong and sharp scales in the animal kingdom.)
Thanks to the hard and sharp scales, the Armadillos pangolin can completely kill snakes by cutting into the snake’s body with a hard edge. Even if you shoot the pangolin scales with a gun, the bullet will bounce back.
6. Snakes hunt… snakes
Cannibalism is not uncommon. In the wild, there are hundreds of species of snakes that hunt and eat other snakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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