The frog ate one of the most venomous snakes in the world

In Australia, The frog ate one of the most venomous snakes in the world. Shepherd’s tree frog miraculously survived, despite the fact that she was bitten several times when she tried to gobble up the third most poisonous snake in the world. Jamie Chapel, owner of Snake Take Away and Chapel Pest Control, was called into a house in a suburb of Townsville, Queensland, Australia, to remove a deadly coastal taipan from a woman’s backyard.

The frog ate one of the most venomous snakes in the world
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The snake catcher said that he had already moved to the address when the woman called him back to say that the frog had eaten the snake.
 “By the time I got there, the frog was bitten quite a few times, but still almost completely swallowed it,” the man said. “I was not sure whether the frog would survive, but I did not want her to burp a snake alive and she slipped back into the woman’s yard, so I took her with me.” 

As a result, the frog survived the night and will soon be released into the wild if it, of course, remains alive. 

Chapel said that shepherd tree frogs eat almost everything they come across, adding that coastal taipans are not common in Townsville. 

After taking some photos of the frog and the snake, the man did not miss the opportunity and uploaded frames with reptiles to the Network, where his post gathered thousands of likes, reposts and comments.
 The frog ate one of the most venomous snakes in the world
Facebook / Townsville - Snake Take Away and Chapel Pest Control 

“Many years ago, I woke up from the sound made by my budgerigar, which was very noisy when I approached the cage, I saw that there was a large green frog in the mouth of which was full of feathers. They will eat everything they come across, ” one of the users commented.

 “I have photographs that are about four years old, which depict a green frog eating a brown snake ... This frog grabbed the snake by its head and began to choke it, and then when it stopped moving, she ate it ... It was an amazing sight”, - wrote another. 
 
Chapel also hastened to warn that anyone who was bitten by a coastal taipan should definitely call the appropriate authorities, otherwise everything could end very badly for them. 

The frog ate one of the most venomous snakes in the world

Source | DailyMail

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