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Intense Battle To The death Between Western Natal Green Snake And Huge Wahlberg’s Velvet Gecko


The snake bit the gecko perched on the rafters, and both it and its prey fell to the ground. The sᴄᴇɴᴇ took about 40 minutes to complete. The snake was carrying the gecko around since it was fastened to its head.

The gecko bit back despite the snake’s greatest efforts to remove it from its body. They continued to Bɪᴛᴇ each other in this manner for a time. The animals gradually dispersed in an attempt to stop them, but the gecko was eventually swallowed by the green snake. In this brutal battle, the green snake won, and the gecko perished.

Native to North America, the green snake is a small to medium-sized nonᴠᴇɴᴏᴍᴏᴜs snake. The slick dorsal scales are the source of its colloquial name. Its back is always a bright green color, but its belly can be either yellow or wee. From infancy to age, its dorsal coloration changes. It may start off dark, blue-gray, or even olive green, but as it first sheds its skin, it changes into the recognizable bright green color.


The dorsal color can also vary according to the locale; for example, it can appear blueish in Kansas, light brown with an undertone of olive in southeastern Texas, and bronze in northern Wisconsin. Since it is not aggressive, it rarely Bɪᴛᴇs and usually flees when approached.


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