A snakes' lower jawbone is only loosely connected to their upper jawbone. The lower jaw is made up of two bones that are connected by an elastic, or stretchy, tissue, so the snake can open its mouth very wide (several times as big as its own head), accommodating a relatively large animal.
Originally posted by Juggernog
reply to post by FeelingPure
Holy crap thats a huge snake. If I were those guys, I think I wouldve killed it because it is obviously a danger to any man, woman or child it comes a cross.
Originally posted by jude11
So how can a snake get the drop on a cow?
And then after all that work, why just spit it up?
Originally posted by karen61560
reply to post by Silcone Synapse
Its not bad. Its kind of hard to focus. It looks more like the snake is giving birth to the cow.