Australian Snake Catcher Snares the Biggest Eastern Brown Snake in His Career! Watch Video
Snake Catcher Richie Gilbert Holding Giant Eastern Brown Snake (Photo Credits: Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7/ Facebook)

Australia is home to a large number of dangerous species of snakes, and some of these creatures are responsible for most reported deaths caused by the serpents. People residing close to the woods often come across some fearsome displays. They slither in various sizes and shapes. At recent, one snake catcher reckons that he has broken the record for catching the largest brown snake yet on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. A video showing the snake catcher snaring a large brown snake is going crazy viral, giving the phobias some nightmares. Texas Man Discovers Dozens of Rattlesnakes Nestling Under His Building. 

Richie Gilbert, from Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 was called to a home in Elimbah, north of Brisbane. Soon as he reached, he spotted the mammoth reptile, slithering at the garage. After a few minutes of rearranging the furniture in the shed, Gilbert finally caught the giant snake. The Sunshine Coast snake catcher filmed the moment he found the deadly snake. “That’s a chunky brown snake,” he can be heard saying in the video. These Female Snakes Have Sex With More Than 100 Snakes At a Time. 

Watch Video How A Snake Catcher Snares Giant Eastern Brown Snake 

In another Facebook post, the Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers 24/7 stated that the massive eastern brown snake measured in at about 2.05 metre. “That’s as big as I have ever caught within the Sunshine Coast and Northern Brisbane regions in the 15 years I have been relocating around these parts,” writes Gilbert in the post.

The eastern brown snakes are popular as fast-moving, aggressive and their bad tempers. They are dangerous and reportedly responsible for more deaths every year in Australia than any other group of snakes. Their venom is ranked as the second most toxic of any land snake in the world.