Two of the world’s deadliest snakes twist together in a bizarre battle

A pair of Black Mambas, one of the deadliest snakes on the planet, were seen in a bizarre battle over mating rights. The pair of males were captured on video by Kirstie Bowers while she was on safari in South Africa’s Pilanesberg National Park. The two snakes can be seen twisting around each other, an action known as plaiting, before shoving into each other to see who will submit first.

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