At the moment when two snakes fight, THREE WAREHOUSES fall – and continue their load on the ground

Two snakes were caught hanging from the roof of a three-story house in Cooroy, Sunshine Coast, while fighting fiercely (pictured)

The incredible moment in which two fighting snakes fall THREE WAREHOUSES from the roof of a house, and continue with their load when they touch the ground

  • Two snakes have been filmed hanging from a three-story building while fighting
  • They fell to the ground after the 10-minute fight and continued battling
  • The video was captured on a property in Cooroy on the Costa del Sol.

Zoe Zaczek for Daily Mail Australia

Two snakes have been caught hanging from the roof of a three-story house while engaged in a fierce struggle.

The battle continued on the ground after the couple fell in the middle of the struggle for power.

Gillian Bradley captured the video at her home in Cooroy, on the Sunshine Coast, on Saturday.

Mrs. Bradley ran into the fight when she was looking for snakes on her veranda to determine if it was safe to let her kitten out, Courier reported.

Two snakes were caught hanging from the roof of a three-story house in Cooroy, Sunshine Coast, while fighting fiercely (pictured)

Two snakes were caught hanging from the roof of a three-story house in Cooroy, Sunshine Coast, while fighting fiercely (pictured)

He put the kitten back inside and started filming the fight that lasted about 10 minutes, before the snakes fell.

The smaller snake was wrapped around the larger snake, totally dependent on it. When the largest snake fell, the smaller snake also left, "he said.

Mrs. Bradley said that the snakes were not eliminated when they fell to the ground and continued fighting.

The smaller snake eventually escaped into the paddock and the larger snake slithered back into the gallery.

At first, Bradley thought the snakes were breeding, but Luke Huntley, of Snake Catcher Noosa, determined that male snakes were probably fighting over a female.

Huntley said the snakes mate much more slowly than was captured in the video and the male snakes will continue to visit a place if there is a female snake in the vicinity.

His analysis of the video seemed to be correct since Mrs. Bradley found a victorious python pair with a female the next day.

Gillian Bradley, who captured the video, said they fought for about 10 minutes before falling to the ground, where the battle continued

Gillian Bradley, who captured the video, said they fought for about 10 minutes before falling to the ground, where the battle continued

Gillian Bradley, who captured the video, said they fought for about 10 minutes before falling to the ground, where the battle continued

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