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In the video, a cameraman sees the large python that is sitting under a boat that they are following through a nature spot in the South African bush

South African tourists run for their lives as a 17-foot-long python chases them and attacks their Land Rover

  • Tourists in the South African bush find a large python sitting under a boat
  • Afraid, the hose makes its way to the hood of a nearby Land Rover, driving the driver crazy and driving backwards
  • The meeting was recorded on a dirt road near the coastal city of Durban
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This is the moment when a giant African python slid onto a vehicle in the South African bush, terrifying passengers.

Alarmed by the enormous reptile, nature tourists jump in their cars and turn away, but the snake keeps chasing.

The huge 17-foot-long snake seems to be threatened by off-road enthusiasts on a dirt road near the coastal city of Durban.

In the video, a cameraman sees the large python that is sitting under a boat that they are following through a nature spot in the South African bush

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In the video, a cameraman sees the large python that is sitting under a boat that they are following through a nature spot in the South African bush

In the video, a cameraman sees the large python that sits under a boat that they follow through a nature spot.

As they go inside to inspect it, the snake turns its attention to a Land Rover in front of it and leaves for the car while the cameraman tries to grab his tail.

The python then tries to drive the car, because the frightened driver initially seems uncertain whether he will leave the car or close the doors for safety.

Now that the hose crawls onto the hood, it decides to reverse.

The python then tries to mount the car, because the frightened driver initially seems uncertain whether he will leave the car or close the doors for safety

The python then tries to mount the car, because the frightened driver initially seems uncertain whether he will leave the car or close the doors for safety

The python then tries to mount the car, because the frightened driver initially seems uncertain whether he will leave the car or close the doors for safety

Now that the hose crawls onto the hood, it decides to reverse
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Now that the hose crawls onto the hood, it decides to reverse

Now that the hose crawls onto the hood, it decides to reverse

The hose falls from the car, but rises ominously in the pursuit of the retreating vehicle.

Nearby vehicles and their drivers try to get away quickly.

African Rock Pythons are not poisonous, but are considered very dangerous if cornered. They can inflict fierce wounds with their sharp teeth and it is known that they pull people to death in rare circumstances.

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They swallow their prey, which usually includes small game. According to some sources, they have swallowed children.

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