Now THAT’S GOTTA STING…A Large Snake Has Run In With A Porcupine And Instantly Regrets It

If I were that porcupine, I’m pretty sure that my last thought would have been; “If I’m going down, then I’m taking you with me”. And from what I can see in this video, I’m sure that the snake really regrets eating it. I don’t care who you are, from the looks of things, that has to really, really hurt.

The Description /title to the video says the snake “ate” the porcupine, but I don’t think that was the case. If the snake had eaten the critter, then you would see a large bulge in the snakes stomach from it’s meal, I don’t see that here.

From the looks of things, the snake definitely was in close contact with a porcupine, but judging from that snake’s appearance, I’m would have to say that the animal probably got away, but it certainly left the snake with a seriously painful reminder of the encounter. The fact that the entire body of the snake has quills all over it, tells me this was a meal that seriously disagreed with the snake.

Since the man shooting this video is speaking Spanish, I’m going to guess that this video was shot somewhere in Central, or South America someplace. And since the quality of the video isn’t the greatest, I really can’t get a bead on what kind of snake this is.

Tell us what you think what kind of snake do you think this is. I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess this might be a green anaconda, a young one too from the looks of it.

But I’m not 100 percent sure, give us your opinion as to what kind of snake this is in the comment section below.

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