A Man Had Sex With a Snake and the Internet Is Losing It
Photos of woman having sex with snake found on Jewellery Quarter worker's phone - Birmingham Live
A woman found out why her beloved pet snake had been acting strangely in a story that has been going viral on Facebook. A woman who slept with her pet snake every night noticed the animal had stopped eating recently, and took it to the vet to find out the cause of her pet's change in behavior, according to a post from Boredom Therapy. The snake, a large python, would sleep in bed with her, curling around her body. When the snake's owner took it to the vet, the doctor revealed a shocking piece of information. The snake's appetite hadn't gone away, in fact, the vet said, it was preparing its stomach for a big meal that it had been getting ready to eat -- the woman. Thanks to the vet, the story goes, the woman narrowly avoided becoming her python's next meal. In another version of the story online, the snake was cuddling with the woman because it was measuring itself compared to its owner's body, to check if it was large enough to swallow her whole, and a different version concludes with the vet telling the woman to have the snake euthanized.
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In life there are some big questions that we are longing for an answer to, and today we answer one of the biggest — how do snakes mate? When a female snake is ready to mate she releases a special scent or pheromone from skin glands on her back. The male snake who is ready to mate may catch the scent and follow the trail until he finds the female. Typical flirting then ensues once he locks eyes on the female snake — he will court the female by bumping his chin on the back of her head and crawling over her.
We used to assume that male snakes were in charge and females were largely passive, but that has proved to be spectacularly wrong. The anaconda's swollen body suggested she was full of food, so Rivas waited for her to throw up: snakes often vomit after a meal if they have over-eaten or are stressed, to make themselves lighter so they can flee. But instead of a typical prey, like a capybara, a reptilian tail started emerging from her mouth.