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Giant Redback Spider Catches A Snake... The End Is Horrible (Video)

Most of us freak out every time we see a spider or a snake. Normally, we don't see spiders and snakes fighting in our garages or basements. But this incident occurred in Australia.  Jamii-Leigh Marwick, from west Australia, found a spider attacking a brown snake in their shade and decided to film it. The video will give you chills, for sure.The original YouTube video description reads: "A battle between two of Australia's most venomous creatures has unfolded in a woman's backyard shed and ended in an unlikely outcome.West Australian mother-of-three Jamii-Leigh Marwick said her son Eamon found a deadly eastern brown snake caught in the web of a dangerous red back spider on Sunday.Footage shows the juvenile snake – one of the most venomous in Australia – whipping back and forth as it tried to free itself from the strong web of its opponent."  

Spider vs Snake. 

A giant female Redback Spider and a deadly Brown Snake crossed the path.  

The snake got stuck in the web.

Apparently, the Australian Redback spider didn't like the venomous snake.   

The venomous fight.

So the spider caught the snake, liquefied it and drank its venom! Marwick said, "In the end, while I was trying to rescue the reptile, before I realized how dangerous it was, I had to kill it."   

She further said:

“In my attempt to save him… I accidentally dropped a jar on the poor bloke and he didn’t survive,” she explained.  

This isn't a rare thing in Australia. 

This was probably the most Australian thing anyone has ever seen. 

The Land of Nopes. 

The Giant Redback Spider and the Australian Brown Snake are considered two of the most venomous creatures found in Australia. This continent, because of being rich in deadly fauna, has been dubbed on the Internet as 'The Land of Nopes'.    

It is a game that has existed for a long time.  

A few weeks before this, Jennifer Fox, another citizen of Australia, stumbled upon snakes caught in Redback's webs in Dongara, Western Australia.   

Here, watch the video! 

I mean, a deadly battle between two of the most terrifying creations of God.    

The Video.

This is the video shot by Jamii-Leigh Marwick with the snake tangled in the spider's web.