“Snake’s Vain Effort: Iguana’s Impenetrable Defense Thwarts Aggressor”


An iguana accidentally encountered a large snake. It was a red-tailed snake – a non-venomous rat snake. Red-tailed snakes are snakes that can grow up to 2.4 meters in length and can live up to 20 years when well cared for in captivity.

From our observations the encounter was uneven, at first the snake repeatedly attacked the iguana, the bites did not seem to have the quality of the snake.


The iguana didn’t seem to mind the snake, because it was watching something ahead, it knew for sure the snake couldn’t hurt it.

Finally, after a while of attacking, the snake could not bear it anymore and left.


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