Meanwhile in australia. yeah thats a snake eating a crocodile www.abc.net.au/local/photos/2014/03/03/3955563.htm?site=northwest www.pedestrian.tv/news/entertain snake eats croco
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Meanwhile in australia

M I LE IN AUSTRALIA
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - khayman
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many times when this happens the croc has lowered its heart rate to appear dead and survive. it can actually fight its way out of the snake later
#9 to #7 - stegosaurusrah
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dats badass
#26 to #9 - anon id: 168fd860
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" you just got stuffed, bitch "
User avatar #10 to #7 - flnonymousseven
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um... asphixiation? there's no air in a snake belly.
User avatar #12 to #10 - lean
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An American alligator could remain submerged for up to two hours. During this time, heart rate can drop to 2 or 3 beats per minute to help reduce oxygen consumption. It has also been shown that during such prolonged dives, oxygen consumption immediately after diving actually falls as the dive continues. In essence, the animal adjusts its oxygen consumption to enable it to dive for longer. Although the lungs can be used as a reserve air supply, in most cases when the crocodile dives quickly it expels the majority of air from its lungs. The crocodilian heart comes into play here, with valves closing to redirect blood to essential areas, and restrict its flow into non-essential areas - thus contributing to the reduced oxygen consumption that is seen.

^^Probably related
User avatar #19 to #12 - flnonymousseven
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ah, thank you.
#22 to #7 - anon id: b707bb77
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That snake there was actually attacked by a second croc, and being unable to fight back it ended in that state
User avatar #38 to #7 - harbingerwolf
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Remember that case from a documentary, if i remember rightly the snakes scar tissue on its belly ruptured. The croc didnt fight its way out in this case, its dead and hanging ass end out of the snake.
User avatar #61 to #7 - macacobr
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Seems cool, but I never heard about this kind of situation before and the sources are inexistent til' now.
#81 to #7 - anon id: 949717ac
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Actually, the croc was dead. The snakes continue constricting long after the prey dies. Most of the time, the snake squeezes hard enough to break every bone in the prey's body.
#23 to #7 - reteip
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#145 to #7 - deliciousdee
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#116 to #7 - profkitty
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#45 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Snake eats Crocodile.
Spider eats Snake.
Kangaroo eats Spider.
Crocodile eats Kangaroo.
Australian Circle of Life, Mate.
User avatar #86 to #45 - cactusphalus
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and all the while, they are all trying to kill you
User avatar #106 to #45 - steezmachine
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how the **** does a spider eat a snake?
#148 to #106 - theguywhoaskswhy
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#134 to #106 - justapubbie
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Well, it drains it of blood, technically. Spiders are all vampires.
#70 to #45 - dinocaster
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How does a spider eat a snake?    
I really wanna know now.
How does a spider eat a snake?
I really wanna know now.
User avatar #149 to #70 - theguywhoaskswhy
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See #148
#131 to #70 - HAMMATIMEZ
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It's Straya' we aint gotta explain ****
It's Straya' we aint gotta explain ****
#90 to #70 - anon id: a1de1014
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#74 to #70 - anon id: 9758ce58
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i dont know if they can eat a snake lol, but i know for a fact that certain spiders eat small birds!
#46 to #45 - zeedeveel
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I'm pretty sure there's something about a dingo and my baby in there...
User avatar #47 to #46 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Nope. Urban Legend.
All Australians spontaneously combust before they reach breeding age.
There are now no longer any true Australians.
Only immigrants and Human-Koala Hybrids, grown in underground labs beneath Uluru.
#36 - huffe
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User avatar #50 to #36 - learnthisline
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No ******* way!

That's one of my good mates, as if his meme has reached the never-regions of FunnyJunk!
Can I ask how you acquired such imagery?
User avatar #146 to #50 - huffe
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...google images
#2 - thewulfman
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Getting real sick of your **** Australia.
Getting real sick of your **** Australia.
#5 to #2 - TwiztidNinja
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Did you see the portal to hell that opened the other week?
User avatar #20 to #5 - seras
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I think you mean the portal out of hell.
User avatar #130 to #5 - sybo
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what portal to hell?! o.o
#64 - datlaugh
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#14 - confusedasian
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I've always been curious. After a snake eats something that big, isn't it left vulnerable to be eaten by something else? They can't move very fast, if at all.
User avatar #16 to #14 - babyboacon
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Well they normally attach prey that's solitary so they can safely return to where they came from. If they get threatened they normally regurgitate what they have eaten and either attack or esape
#17 to #16 - confusedasian
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I don't know about you, but if I watch a snake just "regurgitate" an entire crocodile I'll be the one running.

They eat it so slowly, how fast can they do that?
User avatar #18 to #17 - babyboacon
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Hell yea i would but it would be cool to see

well i have only seen it with a Boa constrictor i owned and it could regurgitate two mice in about 20-30 seconds
#29 to #14 - anon id: 0272220e
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when a snake has eaten something, its internal organs go into overdrive mode, the heart increases in size, as well as the lung i believe, and its speculated that this is to help them digest their food quickly, so while still in danger for a while, they would digest it a lot quicker then most animals in the same circumstances. also a feed like that would keep it going for 9-12 months if no other food came along.
User avatar #58 to #14 - captainfalchion
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Snake Regurgitates Antelope Pretty much if they feel they are in danger they'll just spit it back up.
#91 to #58 - anon id: a1de1014
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Not gonna spit up a croc, mate. Look at them spines on the crocs tail. It'd probably kill itself if it tried.
User avatar #117 - sheiladikshit
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renekton feeding cassiopiea
User avatar #127 to #117 - asheskirata
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I love you for this joke
#51 - lolzordz
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OH MY GOD
OH MY GOD
#24 - bocatadesesos
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#52 - leafonthewind
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I know this is a ****** MS paint job

but it looks like the snake is really ******* happy
like he found 20 bucks in his pocket
or
he is creepin on tha pussy
#103 to #52 - RipperMan
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or he just bested a crocodile in battle and ate him whole