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Australian woman finds venomous tiger snake in her christmas tree
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How bad do you have to be for Santa to bring you a venomous snake instead of coal?

A woman in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia found a poisonous tiger snake in her Christmas tree on Sunday. This strange recreation of the story of Eve in the Garden of Eden was not done on purpose. According to the BBC, “the reptile entered through an open door before curling up among the decorations.”

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This may not have been the woman’s first rodeo, though, as she seemed to know exactly what to do, leaving the room, jamming the door with a towel, and calling for help.

Mostly protected in the United States, tiger snakes usually live around the coast, but the snake wrangler said he’s found snakes in “ugg boots, washing machines, dog kennels, cat boxes, toilets, kitchen cupboards and bookcases.”

The 12 days of Christmas are getting scarier every year.

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This marriage started off with a rattle and their photographer was there to capture it all.

On the way to their reception, Jonny and Laura Loretz made a quick pit stop at their favorite hiking trail to sneak in a photo shoot with their photographer Maddie Mae Wilbur. The couple was only 50 feet from the parking lot when a rattlesnake came OUT OF NOWHERE and bit Johnny in the leg.

A park ranger just so happened to be driving by, so the trio desperately waved to get his attention.

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Ever since Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain came out Sept. 1, the PC gaming community has been having a whole hell of a lot of fun swapping out the character models.

This type of game modification is exactly what PC gaming is so important.

We probably never would have seen an eye-patched dog flirtatiously playing in a puddle without it.

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Via: Nanyang Technological University Graduate Student Council
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Well, you can check Singapore off your travel list and replace it with a big "NOPE."

Students near Singapore's Nanyang Technological University were shocked to see something only a Syfy original movie cold even dream up—a python and king cobra battling it out.

The fight went on for about 15 to 20 minutes until the cobra finally wriggled out of the grasp of the python and slithered into the bushes, The Straits Times reported.

Luckily, both animals were captured. The cobra was relocated to a nearby zoo and the python was released into the wild.

Check out some of the amazing photos captured during the encounter, courtesy of the university's graduate student council.

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For weeks Discovery Channel teased that a man would be eaten alive by an Anaconda on television, but the attempt was a bit of a failure Sunday night, leaving a bad taste in everyone's mouth - including the snake.

Researcher Paul Rosolie had constructed a special suit that would allow both him the snake to survive inside the belly of the beast, and protect him from the force of constriction. A number of videos were posted online hyping the event and showing off the science behind the suit.

But at mealtime, instead of a engulfing the host whole, the snake had only started wrapping around his body and biting his helmet before rescuers came to his aid.

The internet was naturally expecting something a bit more extreme, and they took to Twitter to express their distaste - many comparing it to Geraldo's infamous special "The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults."

In an earlier interview with EW, Rosolie is careful not actually reveal how much he was eaten.

"Well, the story of this is an attempt. When you say Nik Wallenda is going to cross the Chicago skyline, they didn't promise he was going to make it; they promised he would attempt it," he said.

Animal rights groups initially protested the show, and Rosolie says he was attempting the stunt to raise awareness about the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest.

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My language skills are a bit rusty, but pretty sure all of that screaming translates to "SHT SHT SHT SHT SH*T." Pretty sure.

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The incident was captured on camera by author Tiffany Corlis at Lake Moondarra in Queensland, Australia. The snake - thought to be python measuring around 10ft - constricted the crocodile to death, before dragging it to shore and eating it.

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