Snakes Fight for Dominance at New South Wales Nature Reserve

Two red-bellied black snakes were captured wrestling at Blue Hills Wetland in Glenmore Park, New South Wales.

Glenmore Park resident Tamara Taylor said she was walking with her two children at the nature preserve just before noon on September 1 when they spotted the snakes tussling in grass alongside a trail.

Taylor said they watched the snakes for around five minutes before they left when the snakes got close to the trail.

The red-bellied black snake is among the most venomous in Australia. Credit: Tamara Taylor via Storyful

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