In the wild natural world, there are always hidden surprises that you would never have imagined. From a heroic hunter, can suddenly become someone else’s food at any time.
Normally, the image of cute, small squirrels is associated with favorite foods such as nuts, plants, mushrooms, and fruits. In this situation, however, the squirrel shows a different face. It is calmly observing the prey, agile when dodging the bites of venomous snakes, and cold when delivering the finishing blow.
With inherent agility and facing only a small venomous snake, the chipmunk easily kills the opponent and slowly enjoys the nutrient-rich feast.
In the wild, venomous snakes have always been known as the most feared predators. With bites that carry a lethal amount of venom and excellent stalking ability, they are a terror to many small animals, birds, reptiles…
However, in the video above, the chipmunk surprised many people by easily capturing the poisonous snake and turning the opponent into a hearty meal for it. However, it must be admitted that the squirrel was lucky when the snake was too young, not yet mature enough to have many hunting skills.
The chipmunk and the venomous snake argued and pounced on each other. The small snake without much combat experience lost the battle to the expert squirrel.
The squirrel quickly caught the snake’s head and subdued it. With its sharp teeth and fast gnawing speed, soon the snake was paralyzed and struggling weakly. The successful squirrel takes control of the game and enjoys its spoils. In the end, the snake was knocked down and devoured by the chipmunk.
Chipmunk squirrels are rodents, a type of squirrel. The small furry animal is identified by its nimble legs, ruffled tail, and white, black, and brown stripes running across its back. Depending on species, chipmunks can be gray to reddish-brown in color with contrasting dark and light stripes on the sides of their face and across their back and tail.
Chipmunks generally gather food on the ground in areas with underbrush, rocks, and logs, where they can hide from predators like hawks, foxes, coyotes, weasels, and snakes. They feed on insects, nuts, berries, seeds, fruit, and grain which they stuff into their generous cheek pouches and carry to their burrow or nest to store. Chipmunks hibernate, but instead of storing fat, they periodically dip into their cache of nuts and seeds throughout the winter.