After deciding to bite a poisonous snake in revenge for biting his leg, the 45-year-old visited a traditional healer nearby instead of seeking medical attention from a doctor.
The 65-year-old reportedly picked up the snake and began chewing on it in retaliation for being bitten earlier.
The 8.5-foot reptile can be seen snapping at a zoo worker's feet in dramatic footage that has gone viral.
The huge ball python floated around the paddling pool as Washington state experienced a historic heat wave.
When the red-bellied black snake was found, it was showing "zero signs of life" and was "not breathing."
The clip of the juvenile saltwater crocodile floating in a tank has been watched more than 8 million times.
Social media users can't agree on what the strange creature is, with suggestions ranging from peacock to iguana.
The eastern brown, one of the most toxic land snakes in the world, was found by a 91-year-old woman and caught after hiding in a sliding door cavity.
Tiger snakes often crawl into engine cavities but slide away when the car stops—this time, the snake made himself known.
Kansas Man finds large constrictor slithering over his doorbell in Overland Park
The restaurant was found to have numerous violations, but the most confusing was the large iguana in a freezer.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is seeking to eradicate wild populations of Argentine black and white tegu it says has settled in Toombs and Tattnall counties.
"The individual was videoing the alligator and walked up to the water's edge while the gator was still fully immersed," said Department of Natural Resources Assistant Chief of Wildlife Sam Chappelear.
Researchers say the mata mata turtle split into two species during the late Miocene approximately 13 million years ago.
"The doctors said I wouldn't be here today if I hadn't have gone to the hospital when I did. When I came around, I was just in shock," said snake bite victim Nikita Aldridge.
The fatal Western Brown snake attack occurred at Garig Gunak Barlu National Park, a "remote and rugged" Northern Territory site roughly 350 miles north-east of Darwin, Australia.
Today, there are more than 10,000 species that have been added to the Reptile Database. These are some of the strangest.
The non-native snake species has been hugely damaging to local wildlife, and the state government is on a drive to clear the reptiles.
The security guard wrestled the snake after finding it blocking a road in the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
An online petition calling on the museum to remove three works has gained nearly half a million signatures in four days.