Two venomous black mamba snakes battle over a mate on a golf course in Malelane, South Africa.
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In what is known as “plaiting combat,” the rivals will twist around and shove each other until one gives up. The action was recorded by a golfer in the middle of a game who was wise to keep her distance, since black mambas are considered to be the world’s deadliest snake. A bite can be lethal if not treated with antivenom.
Read “Watch Two of World’s Deadliest Snakes Fight on a Golf Course.”
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