Two native The Hadza people of Tanzania used bows and arrows and aimed at a large old baobab tree. Moments later they pulled out an extremely dangerous creature that, when it hit the arrow, they added another arrow in case of an accident.
What was the creature they had just hunted that was so dangerous?
The two aborigines used bows and arrows to shoot at the stump of a large tree, and soon pulled out an extremely dangerous creature.
The creature appearing in the video above is a black Mamba snake, a venomous snake native to sub-Saharan Africa. They are also the longest venomous snake in the Black continent with an average length of 2 m to 3 m and can grow up to 4.3–4.5 m.
Black Mamba snakes are ranked in the top of the most dangerous venomous snakes as well as the fastest moving (11 km/h) in the world. Their name comes from the characteristic black palate, not the body color.
This snake lives mainly in dry grasslands, open forests, rocky ridges to dense forests and feeds during the day, the main way of hunting is ambush waiting for the victim to pass by. Their venom will paralyze or even die quickly.
In humans, this venom can cause death after only 7 to 15 hours if not treated promptly. In addition to natural enemies such as raptors and mongoose, the Mamba snake is also a hunting target of some African tribes.
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