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WATCH: Oh Nothing...Just A Hawk Dropping A Live Snake On Lovely Picnic

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 31, 2016

WATCH: Oh Nothing...Just A Hawk Dropping A Live Snake On Lovely Picnic

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From the land that brought you the horror that was a storm of spiders, comes the terror that is a sprinkling of snakes.

YouTube channel 3AWRadio directs our attention to an evil hawk that decided to pick up a live snake from a nearby pond and then drop the slithering reptile on humans that didn’t seem to be harming any local wildlife at the time.

Close your eyes and consider your greatest nightmare. Now, open your eyes and watch this video, because chances are it beats your brief daydream quicker than rock takes scissors.

The great thing about this video is you will now get a wealth of household chores done as there is no way you now step foot out the door to ever enjoy a picnic again.

We would also like to note that the entire event takes place in Melbourne, which resides in the same land that previously boasted a storm of spiders that rained down on New South Wales.  

We hear time and again about Australia being a wild place filled with exotic animals and an untamed bushland that should infuse some trepidation into tourists’ hearts.

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Of course, this is just hyperbolic stories that give the country a bad rap. It’s an amazing place that will yield so many tremendous and unforgettable memories if you have the opportunity to travel there. Then again, it may be filled with a bunch of animals that are trying to desperately to mess with the human population like a big brother might noogie his younger sibling.

We do know this; we will bring an umbrella and raincoat to Australia next time, and that has nothing to do with any possible precipitation.  

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