How to Skin a Rattlesnake Like a Pro, Then Cook and Eat it [STEP-BY-STEP]

WARNING: This video will give you nightmares. Guaranteed. We’re not big fans of killing snakes when it’s not absolutely necessary. Of course, then it always comes down to one man’s definition of necessary versus another’s. If it’s near you home, near your livestock, near your pets… the list goes on and on. If you do feel the need to dispatch a huge honking rattlesnake, however, it’s imperative that you must skin it and display the hide as evidence of your own historic battle with a wily serpent. And to achieve that, you will either have to a.) take the snake to the […]

Watch This Crazy “Snake Lady” Get Bitten Repeatedly [VIDEO]

Look, there’s really no reason to have a paralyzing fear of snakes (too many folks are already too scared of those rascally legless serpents), but a healthy respect for them seems only prudent — even if they’re not venomous. Clearly, the woman in this video has no fear. In fact, she may have a problem on the extreme opposite end of the spectrum… The question is whether she has any respect for these snakes, a question you have plenty of time to ponder as she sticks her hands into all kinds of dark, creepy places in search of snakes. RELATED: Cottonmouthzilla: Hunters […]

Watch This Crazy Guy Poking an Anaconda With a Stick [VIDEO]

Although the Anaconda movie franchises were mostly horrifically funny, rather than horrifically terrifying, that doesn’t mean you can take the actual snakes lightly. As you can see from this video, one man decided that a huge anaconda laying up on the side of a swamp was something to be toyed with… Hopefully we can all learn from his mistakes. Anaconda’s rarely hunt humans, though encounters can be very dangerous due to the snakes’ size. Green anacondas, the largest species of these snakes, have been known to top 15 feet in length and weigh in at over 150 pounds. Lucky for […]

Know Your Venomous North American Snakes

When the weather gets nice, it’s time for the hikers, campers, and outdoor enthusiasts to come out of hiding… which happens to correlate with an uptick in snake activity (including venomous ones). First things first, I’ll say that I’m not one of those people who believes all snakes should be killed on sight. If a snake is non-venomous, I’ll let it slither on it’s way every time. If it’s venomous, and too close to my house or yard, that’s when a decision has to be made. In order to make that decision, I first need to identify the species of snake […]