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This Video of Man Offering Water to Injured Snake is Winning Hearts on Internet

By: Buzz Staff

Local News Desk

Last Updated: October 03, 2022, 15:33 IST

Mumbai, India

The 30-second footage shows a man offering water to an injured snake.

The 30-second footage shows a man offering water to an injured snake.

Videos featuring snakes often go viral on the microblogging platform.

People often go out of their way to help the needy. The sweet gesture of offering some help that is urgently required while others ignore the needy is and should be much appreciated. A video showing a man helping an injured snake by offering it water has surfaced on Twitter.

A user shared the video on Twitter with the caption, “Man gives water to an injured snake and shows humanity.” The meaning of the word “humanity” doesn’t mean that a human is compassionate exclusively to only fellow humans. It means that humans are compassionate towards every living thing in the world. The video proves this right.

The 30-second footage shows a man offering water to an injured snake. The snake slowly opens its mouth at regular intervals to drink water as the man continues to pour it.

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Videos featuring snakes often go viral on the microblogging platform and one of them was shared by a user “Massimo” that showed snakes attacking a hatchling marine iguana and the iguana escaping their grasp. The video has over 1 lakh views on Twitter. The caption revealed the video to be footage from the BBC Earth documentary.

People in the comments section appreciated the documentary footage. A user wrote, “Think about the iguana hatchling, whose instinct is to crack open its shell & claw to the surface. Without any parental guidance, it knows that it has to run as fast as it can to reach the beach, but also that its predator is blind but senses motion. Genetic knowledge is amazing.”

Another video featured the “snake bird”, the Eurasian Wryneck. The video showed the bird twisting its neck to imitate snakes to escape predators. The video has more than 8.67 lakh views and over 6,500 likes.

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first published:October 03, 2022, 15:33 IST
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