Rattlesnakes are large, venomous reptiles that are found at many places across the world, especially in North and South America. All of them are potentially dangerous, so much that they can cause serious harm to humans, even death. So, when a Texas man, Bobby Cowan along with his friends discovered above dozens of rattlesnakes nestled at his property, all of them reacted like most people in the same situation would-freaked! Cowan captured the scary moment and shared the video (now viral) on Facebook. Well, his friends and near ones are requesting him to not invite them ever at his place in Gorman. Huge Rattlesnake Takes a Leisure Crawl at Florida Golf Course! Watch Viral Video the Serpent.
So, this is what happened! Cowan and his friends, identified by WYFF as Matt Stanley and Levi Kirkland, had gone out of his property to do some work on a windmill on December 25. They noticed a small rattlesnake slither underneath an old hunting cabin. Curious to see the snake again, they followed it to the building, lifted the floor with a skid loader and stood stunt, watching at least three dozen snakes, slithered and hissed in the nest under the rug. The colour of their pigment and the sound of their rattles indicated they were the deadly rattlesnakes. Rattlesnake Dancing! Check The Rare Combat Dance Video of Two Deadly Snakes in Virginia.
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When the second time they lifted the floor, the friends noticed that the rattlesnakes were moving slowly which Cowan guesses possibly could be because of the cooler temperatures. The video has gained more than 3 million views (still counting). Talking about the frightening experience, Cowan was quoted in the same report as saying, “We were definitely — what's the right word — freaked out, maybe. Very, very surprised. As soon as we lifted up the building, we slammed it right back down because there were so many of them.” Pet Dog Saves Owner from Being Bit by a Rattlesnake; Photos of Hero Taking the Nasty Bite on Face Goes Viral.
Gradually, they moved the snakes to a different part of the property. Cowan reported that they used long sticks and trash cans to relocate them. They grabbed the snakes by the back of their heads and moving them “quite a ways” away. At least 36 rattlesnakes were counted, but Cowan said there could have been as many as 50. Looking at the video, viewers expressed a combination of alarm and disgust at the nest, On woman joked commenting, “Don't. Ever. Invite me to Gorman. Ever.”