NEW VENOMOUS SNAKE SPECIES GOING EXTINCT??!! I REPTILES IN THE NEWS

NEW VENOMOUS SNAKE SPECIES GOING EXTINCT??!! I REPTILES IN THE NEWS



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A newly discovered species of venomous snake is on the verge of extinction and more trending reptile news! #venomoussnake #reptilesinthenews #brianbarczyk
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NEW VENOMOUS SNAKE SPECIES GOING EXTINCT??!! I REPTILES IN THE NEWS

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28 thoughts on “NEW VENOMOUS SNAKE SPECIES GOING EXTINCT??!! I REPTILES IN THE NEWS”

  1. Im not sure the alligator mistook him for not being food, we are food. Humans are easy food, we got no respect for our lifes so we tend to be easier meals since most other living things value their lifes 😉

  2. I found a yearling pin stripe ball in my dirt floor shed I all ready had 4 balls and 10 boas and was breeding feeder rats in the shed I never found out where he came from but he has a home now and doesn't have to worry about the winter I live in South Alabama

  3. I believe humans NEED to understand that Earth is our only planet and we must preserve the wildlife. The state of Florida, how can they protect the people if the government keeps destroying the Everglade swamps? If the alligators lose their home where else do people expect them to go? To the Caribbean? IT'S COMMON SENSE FLORIDA!

  4. Off topic:
    I have questions about my ball python .
    I think he may be a unique morph, his still younge so I'm excited to see future patterns
    Looking for all the info(: thank you !

  5. This is the work ethic you have when you get to have your job be your passion. He's not just a hard worker, he's obsessed and addicted. It's a pleasure to watch. This show has helped me understand and fear snakes less. Also Florida is WILD and the way land developers put housing and golf courses on land constantly encroaching on Gators and other swamp creatures territory… We have a lot more accidents and close calls. Also there are a lot of rich idiots that buy exotics they know far too little about and they end up getting released in the wild.

  6. I don't like how Fry lists his only reason for saving this extinct animal is for their potential to result in producing a wonder drug from its' venom. It undermines the larger issue that habitat loss and fragmentation gives these animals no room to succeed in the wild. If entire species go extinct everyday, which they do, its not fair to expect a benefit to mankind from every species. I would imagine it shapes the funding for wildlife conservation. We put an inordinate amount of resources into saving anthropomorphic species or species that can be used to produce for people, but very little care is given to ones that may be vitally important in the ecosystem but offer no benefit to us.

  7. I just want to say before I finish watching this video about the Florida Gators: I lived in Florida a good portion of my life, and I would like to say two things about the subject; one, they do not always euthanize the Gators sometimes they are just relocated but that is usually, as far as I know, more of a precursor or precaution before they actually get anybody, and two I agree that they need to be relocated away from largely populated and public areas. I do not necessarily agree with euthanization, only in the rare case that a specific gator would keep coming back and keep trying to attack people. I am a crazy animal lover so to say that is something. But people need to remember that these animals were here first and we are taking their territory and living space, and we better learn to share accordingly. But logically we all know that in largely populated areas people cannot be kept at risk especially if there are children near. Ok that's all.

  8. Wow I live in Australia, THIS WAS AMAZING WHEN I HEARD!!! Cool vid as always and cya
    Also, no animal deserves to die for a humans loss. Peace.

  9. Haha you almost said "welcome to the vlog". LoL …how crazy that there's still species undiscovered!!! I wish so so many people would be more environmentally friendly!

  10. DEFOif we go near their home they will attack and that is not their fault so why kill themRESTATION is bad not just because of trees but because the extiinction of all species that could happen. what people are not understanding is this is one step towards our own extinction. As for the Alligator it is us that are encroaching on to their home not the other way around so why Euthanise and animal for being where it has every right to be. We Humans have a great deal to answer for if we carry on destroying other forms of life on our beautiful Planet Earth we will definately destroy ourselves.

  11. No we are more then aware brian that there are alligators around us at all points and time around waterways so people who intentionally screw around water shouldnt result up in the animal dying humans take their role of being top of the food chain to seriously in all honesty it makes me sick how we treat wild animals as humans from deforestation, littering and polluting our enviroment and because we dont recycle enough old materials we are always eipping up new enviroments looking for new sources of material wich destroys animal habitat wich they dont restore afterwards.

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