An Arabian horned viper (Scientific name: Cerastes gasperettii) – an extremely dangerous species of venomous viper – was bitten by a desert iguana (Scientific name: Varanus griseus) on the back of a poisonous snake.
Horned vipers attacked by iguanas: What will be the end?
Despite possessing dangerous venom, the snake is also unable to do anything against its opponent. The lizard has a thick skin, so it is difficult to bite through. Moreover, this monitor lizard constantly thrashes, causing the horned viper to become ‘selfless’.
After shaking the prey for a while, the horned viper was stunned and could no longer counterattack. The iguana leisurely swallows this huge prey from the head. It is known that adult vipers are usually up to 85cm long.
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