कैमरे में कैद भयंकर मंजर,दुर्लभ करैत साप दूसरे सांप को जिंदा निगल गया।Rare Albino swallows big snake

The Common Krait (Bungarus caeruleus) is a highly venomous snake species found in the Indian subcontinent. These snakes are found almost all over Peninsular India but not in the offshore Islands. Most often these type of snakes is found near water sources. But they are also found around inhabited areas and urban settlements, sometimes even entering human dwellings during the night. That's one of the reasons this member of the "big four" is responsible for most of the snake bites on humans in India.
The Common Krait is an exclusively nocturnal species being active only from late evening to the early morning. During the day they are generally quite docile, shy and unaggressive snakes, but during the night they become very active and alert and much more aggressive.
When a Common Krait forms this "ball" usually during the day it may allow considerable handling, however, if over handled it may eventually bite. But at night they will hiss loudly and will more readily bite.
This infamous venomous snake is not only a member of the famous "Big Four" snakes of India, it has the most potent snake venom amongst them, regarded as one of the most toxic in the world. They are responsible for the majority of snake bites on humans in India.
Although they are somewhat reluctant to bite, when they do, the common Krait typically holds on to the victim for a while. This enables them to inject considerable amounts of their highly toxic venom into the victim.
Normally the bite victims complain of severe abdominal cramps, tightening of the facial muscles and inability to see or talk combined with progressive paralysis. Death occurs due to asphyxia through respiratory failure.
An untreated Common Krait bite has a mortality rate of 70 to 80%, and death can occur in as little as 4 to 5 hours after the bite. These nocturnal snakes are active at night and are seldom encountered by humans during the day so most bite incidents occur at night.

تعليقات: 84

  • Waldemar Korkuś
    Waldemar Korkuś28 أيام قبل

    How interesting it was. Do I understand correctly that this albino snake is a kind of constrictor? Here he is, he managed a murderous banded krait. These are nature's paths. Thanks, Mirza for the interesting material.🙏👍🤝🙂💓

  • Victor Ribeiro
    Victor Ribeiro28 أيام قبل

    Moro no Brasil e acompanho seu trabalho que é admirável!!!! Parabéns 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

  • Katherine Gilmour
    Katherine Gilmour28 أيام قبل

    Good Easter 🐣 Morning 🌄

  • Debbie Watkins
    Debbie Watkins28 أيام قبل

    Sad for the other snake ! I would not have guessed that snake was a common krait ! Looks like a albino python ! God bless you Mirza 💕🙏 great video & Peace out ✌️🙏🙏👍🇩🇪🇺🇸☘️🌺🏵️❤️💚💙💐💕🐍🐍

  • Alessandra Bazzoffi
    Alessandra Bazzoffi28 أيام قبل

    Hi Mirza can you explain why it happens that a cobra eats another cobra? Thanks

  • Snake Rescue Squad
    Snake Rescue Squad28 أيام قبل


  • Karen White
    Karen White28 أيام قبل

    what an interesting video watching one snake eat another and still be able move quickly while eating the other snake.

  • Margaret Cave
    Margaret Cave28 أيام قبل

    Hello Sir Arif and crew. I see this video and I shriek in horror but I laughed at same time!. Lmao. It's so freaky to watch!.. 🤣 OMG!.. I don't know how I'd take it if I saw this in real life!!

  • Sebastien Robert
    Sebastien Robert14 أيام قبل

    Incredible video! Thanks

  • Henri Raj
    Henri Raj28 أيام قبل

    Superb videos given by Mizrahi Bai sir last ten days very nice you are a lucky person and also save snakes and public its a nice one I wish u good person you are thank u

  • Monica Little
    Monica Little28 أيام قبل


  • Yie
    Yie28 أيام قبل

    Masya Allah tabarokallah 🙏

  • Gourav Rath
    Gourav Rath28 أيام قبل

    Very Rare 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • Werner Poeschl
    Werner Poeschl28 أيام قبل

    Maybe it wasn't clearly visible in this video but that snake didn't look like an albino. In regard of having eyes that are still black it looked more like an amelanistic specimen. Any albinotic animal always has red eyes. Anyways, an absolutely awesome and beautiful snake.

  • Jagjit Singh
    Jagjit Singh28 أيام قبل

    satseri akal veerJi good job WaheGuru mehar karna veer ji te 🙏❤👏👍panjad tun

  • Suminthra Oojugir
    Suminthra Oojugir28 أيام قبل

    Excellent documentary.

  • Leslie DSouza
    Leslie DSouza28 أيام قبل

    Mirza Ji, You should tell, what snakes? From Comments, White was albino krait?

  • Xhgne-rabbit Chen
    Xhgne-rabbit Chen28 أيام قبل


  • Bong Nature Blogs
    Bong Nature Blogs28 أيام قبل

    Big size 😳😳

  • Palakkadan
    Palakkadan28 أيام قبل

    Which albino snake is this ? Banded Krait ?