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If this animal start crying at night, do these immediately

There are alot of stories sorrounding this animal especially in african continent. There is a mysterious snake called crowing crested cobra, this snake is believed to live in water or at the mountains. People who used to travel in the bushes have encountered strange situation sorrounding this snake. This snake is found in african continent because that's where people make claims of hearing it making sounds at night.

This baby bush walk at night and it lives mostly in a tall trees or where people don't pass more often. It is believed that this smaller animal move along with big snakes like crowing crested cobra. It will start to cry like a baby at night especially when everything else is quite and after sometime you will start to hear a clucking sound like a chicken hen or rooster with a higher pitch. This clucking sound it is made by the snake moving with baby bush.

If you dare try to go in the same direction when this baby bush crying, you will come back running because the snake won't allow you to come near it. It is believed to have magical powers like causing strong winds and thunderstorms. Most of the time people reported that when it start making a clucking sound then a strong wind will start to blow from the direction of that sound it emit. This is a warning to whoever trying to anger it.

Some people reported to have gone crazy after seeing its tail or the body of that snake. It is described to be a huge snake with black colour the whole body. And the head have crest like that one of a rooster with riddles. It is described as a serpent have with a potent venom that can kill you with an instant touch.

Bush babies are nocturnal and spend most of their time high up in the trees also called the canopy. They are omnivores eating fruit, insects, tree gum and sometimes small animals. Bush babies have a lifespan of up to 16 years in the wild.

The nocturnal creature which is a type of slow loris has a bite so toxic it could kill a human. It releases poison from glands at its elbows which it then takes into its mouth. Their bite can prove deadly because it can cause an anaphylactic shock.

Along with their big eyes, which help them see in low light, bush babies are adapted to nocturnal living with their large, collapsible ears that rotate independently like radar dishes to zero in on prey in the dark. The animals are ace jumpers, using powerful legs and extremely long tails to spring great distances.

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