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The magpie was constantly diving the brown-colored snake near a footpath in Australia on September 4 and successfully landed a few pinches

Beast Wars: Fearless magpie dives and attacks a huge snake – the reptile forces itself to retreat to safety

  • The magpie ducked the brown colored snake along a footpath in Australia
  • The snake moved frantically down a footpath while the magpie continued to attack
  • The magpie chased the snake in nearby bushes and rocks on September 4
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A brave magpie has been filmed attacking a large snake and forcing the reptile to flee.

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The Australian magpie dived the brown snake onto a footpath and successfully landed a few pinches.

Images that appeared on September 4 showed that the snake was frantically trying to escape while the ruthless bird screamed loudly and continued its attack.

The magpie was constantly diving the brown-colored snake near a footpath in Australia on September 4 and successfully landed a few pinches

The magpie was constantly diving the brown-colored snake near a footpath in Australia on September 4 and successfully landed a few pinches

While the air raid continued, the magpie chased the snake into nearby bushes and rocks.

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After the attack, the magpie sat on a tree branch, clearly proud of his triumphant struggle against the snake.

Although this magpie triumphed, a python was filmed with its teeth on the head of a magpie while dangling in February from a television area in Kingscliff, south of Tweed Heads in northern New South Wales.

The snake confirmed its power and wrapped itself around the bird and seemed to strangle him.

As the footage cut off before the end of the fight, the video owner confirmed that the bird had been eaten by the python.

Magpies are generally friendly and social birds, with only 12 percent of the male magpies that make people fly around, while females do not dive at all.

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But the male magpie becomes extremely defensive from August to September and dives because they protect their chicks.

The terrified snake moved frantically down the sidewalk while the ruthless magpie screamed loudly and continued the attack

The terrified snake moved frantically down the sidewalk while the ruthless magpie screamed loudly and continued the attack

The terrified snake moved frantically down the sidewalk while the ruthless magpie screamed loudly and continued the attack

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