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Men Find Something Scary at Durban Harbour, Here's what you should do if your see this too.

We should always be careful off what we stumble upon, because there is always the chance that it could be dangerous. In a new video a group stumbled upon something in the Durban Harbour, that could have left them with serious injuries if they hadn't seen it in time. All the details are below.

A dangerous creature :

In the video, which you can watch by clicking on the link below, we see something perculiar. A group of men seems have stumbled upon something that may be particularly dangerous. While we cannot confirm if he is right or wrong, one man can be heard in the video saying it's a black mamba. While another man explains how he nearly walked into it. Luckily however the men keep their distance from the large snake for the duration of the video. If you want to watch the video than click on the link below, however keep reading to learn what you should do if you ever encounter this dangerous animal.

https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSeNM52Wh/

The Black Mamba :

While we cannot confirm the claim that the snake is a black Mamba, it is important to know that the Black Mamba is a highly venomous snake that can be found in many different parts of Africa. However it is also just an animal, one that very misunderstood. Many people have an irrational fear of snakes and kill them as soon as they come across them. However if you do what these men did and keep your distance, the snake will more than often go away. I would like to advise everybody to never approach a snake when you see one, if it is in your home or an area that you use, than call an expert. If it is anywhere else, like bushes or forests than just let them be. What do you think of these observations, tell me in the comments section and follow for more news as it happens.

Source :

https://vm.tiktok.com/ZSeNM52Wh/

Source :

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_mamba

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