A Cheeky Snake Slithers Into a Crocodile’s Mouth and Play Together!!


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Normally relationship between crodile and snake is like that

A snake has been photographed slithering into a baby crocodile’s mouth.

As it sat quietly in the grass, the baby saltwater crocodile appeared to enjoy the company of the flat-nosed pit viper, as it slipped along the young croc’s nose.

But the fearless snake didn’t stop there, and decided to poke its head between the crocodile’s razor sharp teeth. 

As the placid crocodile dangled its head centimeters from the roof of the croc’s mouth. It seemed unperturbed by the curious viper.

Saltwater crocodiles are the world’s largest reptiles. And adult males of this species can grow up to seven metres in length.

If good friendship is based on trust, these reptiles make a great pair. Because there’s nothing more risky than sticking your head between the powerful jaws of a crocodile.

Don't worry, I won't bite: A snake has been photographed slithering into a baby crocodile’s mouth.

The cheeky flat-nosed pit viper slipped along the young croc’s nose at a crocodile breeding centre in Indonesia 

The fearless snake didn’t stop there, and decided to poke its head between the crocodile’s razor sharp teeth

As it sat quietly in the grass, the baby saltwater crocodile appeared to enjoy the company of the flat-nosed pit viper 

What's over there? At a crocodile breeding centre in Indonesia a snake was photographed slithering across a baby crocodile's back and into its mouth 

The extraordinary scene was captured by photographer Tanto Yensen, 36, at a crocodile breeding centre in Medan, Indonesia 

If good friendship is based on trust, these reptiles make a great pair, because there's nothing more risky than sticking your head between the powerful jaws of a crocodile 

 


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