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Viewers were amazed with the unexpected ending when the eagle attacked the world’s most venomous cobra in a terrifying battle


While on a picnic, a group of people in the US captured the moment an eagle was fighting with a giant rattlesnake.

Initially, the rattlesnake resisted fiercely. However, with its sharp claws and beak, the large bird easily defeated the opponent. After that, the eagle waits for the prey to die completely and then tore the snake’s carcass to make food.

As the largest snake-eating eagle, the brown snake eagle weighs 2.4 kg and has a wingspan of up to 1.6 m.

“They often devour their prey, and some reports suggest that they eat even the most venomous snakes like the black mamba,” Eeden said.


Snake-eating eagles often attack their prey from above, kicking the snake’s head and using its sharp talons to inflict injury. However, eagles are not immune to snake venom and rely on speed and strength to avoid being bitten. They also have to deal with the cobra’s tight curling tactics. Eagles often exhaust the snake to wait for an opportunity to attack from the back of the prey.


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