News 22.5.2017 10:05 am

WATCH: Hikers bump into massive snake

Tiger snake

Tiger snake

Tiger snakes are highly venomous and have neurotoxic venom, which damages the central nervous system.

Two Australians hiking along Moonlight Head in Victoria, Durban, recently had a chance encounter with a massive tiger snake.

Tiger snakes, which are highly venomous, have neurotoxic venom, which affects the central nervous system and causes muscle damage, Northglen News reported.

However, in this video posted by Yolanda McVilly, the snake seems uninterested in the person filming it.


In her Facebook post, she said: “Came across this little beauty at Moonlight Head walking with Annie Watson. Probably the biggest snake I have ever seen.”

She estimated the snake was about two metres in length.

Caxton News Service

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