Cottonmouth vs Water Snake!

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    On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote is back in the swamp to show you the differences between a Water Moccasin and a Banded Water Snake!
    Easily confused for one another, these two snakes are worlds apart in terms of their danger factor toward humans. However in order to show you how to tell the deadly viper apart from the harmless Colubridae Coyote must catch one of each which is going to be a whole lot easier said, than done…good thing our wildlife biologist Mario Aldecoa is back in the field to help with the search!
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  • Reeewaj
    Reeewaj 2 साल पहले +492

    The chances that I am going to find myself in swamps where these are found is almost non-existent and yet here I am at 2AM trying to differentiate the two.

    • MRLIFTED365
      MRLIFTED365 6 घंटे पहले

      3:44am 2022 😅

    • Eby Freida
      Eby Freida 5 दिन पहले

      @Clara-net bvztf

    • Eby Freida
      Eby Freida 5 दिन पहले

      @Torri Sirmans rz

    • Torri Sirmans
      Torri Sirmans 17 दिन पहले

      @Theroleplaykid Alyssa why not? Lol

    • Theroleplaykid Alyssa
      Theroleplaykid Alyssa 17 दिन पहले

      @Torri Sirmans why do you keep saying lol

  • Adithya R
    Adithya R साल पहले +320

    This is such a good example to show that snakes are not hostile. They're just trying to defend themselves. Once they calmed down, they're not even trying to attack coyote and his friends or even escape

    • Monolithic Suppressor
      Monolithic Suppressor 23 दिन पहले

      @yupi calci beans good that that tarantulas aren't venomous

    • funni
      funni महीने पहले

      @Nucleus and all that "no one likes spiders"
      say sike pls, they eat mosquitos and other annoying insects that are just pains in the a in general

    • JD Kingsley
      JD Kingsley 6 महीने पहले

      @yupi calci beans then you arent scared of spiders.

    • Bowser
      Bowser 8 महीने पहले

      @MrNarwhal I understand and appreciate spiders. I just don't like being around one. So I'll go elsewhere or if I'm in my room. Relocate it.

    • Bowser
      Bowser 8 महीने पहले

      The water moccasin even tried running first.

  • Shyeline
    Shyeline साल पहले +335

    Can we please appreciate the cameraman. He did not have to be THAT close but he did.

    • Gore Family Adventures
      Gore Family Adventures 25 दिन पहले

      @zoomer the snake I'm sure he ment to say was rather than did.

    • zachary hamilton
      zachary hamilton महीने पहले

      He was not he did

    • Andrew Jones
      Andrew Jones महीने पहले

      @Shyeline lol yea ummmmmm I think it's called a zoom... 🤣 🤣 🤣 you killed it ahhahaha

    • Shyeline
      Shyeline 2 महीने पहले

      @LeoS also you can see the type of camera he used, which is a pretty solid, "short" camera. So if ANYTHING, the zoom was close, not the camera.

    • Shyeline
      Shyeline 2 महीने पहले

      @LeoS this is one year old just chillax

  • Aimee Ruanto
    Aimee Ruanto साल पहले +163

    This man literally risks his life just for us to learn about these different types of animals

    • TANQR fan
      TANQR fan 7 महीने पहले

      AiMeE RuAnTo ScArY

    • Ricardo Montes
      Ricardo Montes 7 महीने पहले

      Steve Irwin: em I a joke to you?

    • Nabila Halitu
      Nabila Halitu 7 महीने पहले +1

      the animals are sooooo crazy

    • T.praveen kumar
      T.praveen kumar 8 महीने पहले +2

      @AnthonyO Jr still it is so risky tho . 1 mistake , can cost your life

    • AnthonyO Jr
      AnthonyO Jr 8 महीने पहले

      yeah but he is also an expert there for he probably knows how to handle it obviously or the other choice is he wants views

  • Yukio
    Yukio 10 महीने पहले +27

    10:43 As you can see, the cotton mouth looks significantly more evil than the common water snake.

  • Mitchell Maytorena
    Mitchell Maytorena 5 साल पहले +3901

    Brave Wilderness is always on the trending tab. They deserve it though, they produce very high quality content.

    • Amy George
      Amy George 13 दिन पहले

      Agree Girl After all those bits from different animals they must hurt

    • Cassandra Miller
      Cassandra Miller 23 दिन पहले

      @P M 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😁😁😁😁😁

    • meriyaシ︎
      meriyaシ︎ 4 महीने पहले

      hes name is Cayote Peterson ._.

    • Robert Old
      Robert Old 4 महीने पहले

      Wendy's I hope you enjoy doing this

  • Richy T
    Richy T 11 महीने पहले +12

    I’m rewatching this because earlier today I went hiking around Bull Creek, Austin Texas. It’s a beautiful river trail and I went off the path to cross the river. Instinctively I felt like the area I was in was the perfect luxury home for a snake and I found one! Chillin like a villain 6 feet away from where I was standing. Because it had a really dark brown color to it and looked dummy thicc with no distinctive markings, I figured it for a water snake. I took a picture and left. I’m watching this video now, and I’m shitting a brick because I actually took a pic of a water moccasin instead. The snake was coiled up on a rock near a bunch of gnarly roots, mud, fallen trees and sticks in the forest right on the creek. I had no idea this Noodle puppy was actually a Danger Noodle so be careful on your adventures fellow Texans!

    • Nicholas Wozniak
      Nicholas Wozniak 28 दिन पहले

      Dummy thick snakes in the south is probably the best indicator of a moccasin rather than head shape honestly 😂 also if they’re balled up and just staying in one place it’s more than likely a moccasin since they’re an ambush predator! The Hershey banding isn’t always noticeable on moccasins kinda like the one in this video since it’s very dark. If you look really closely you can see it but I feel like most other water snakes I’ve seen rarely are that dark without some other iconic banding.

  • Juan Carlos Pinlac
    Juan Carlos Pinlac 11 महीने पहले +314

    Coyote: *Dies*
    Cameraman: *Describe the pain*

    • TANQR fan
      TANQR fan 7 महीने पहले

      @Entertain Me me

    • TANQR fan
      TANQR fan 7 महीने पहले +1


    • Ara Calara
      Ara Calara 7 महीने पहले

      @Entertain Me me

    • sTeak
      sTeak 10 महीने पहले


  • The Seventh Generation
    The Seventh Generation 10 दिन पहले +2

    As a native Texan, I am intimately familiar with both species of snake. The Broad Banded snake is fairly easy to distinguish from the cotton mouth. Although their scale patterning is similar, the heads of these two snakes are completely different. The Broad Banded water snake has a colorful head.
    Broad banded water snakes aren't usually aggressive and rarely strike even when captured.
    Cottonmouth snakes are naturally curious as well as fearless, they also can be incredibly aggressive and easily provoked, particularly in late spring during mating season. I always warn anyone who isn't familiar with them to keep their distance as they are known to come directly toward you from a long distance away, especially in the water. Those heat sensing pits are highly sensitive and can detect heat from as far away as 50 yards.
    We call them "The cobras of the South" for a reason. When threatened, they flatten out their heads and bodies in a similar way that traditional cobras do.
    One unusually (getting more usual) warm January day, I encountered a very lethargic and confused cotton mouth on a hiking trail I walk often. It was desperately sunning itself and looked exactly like a tree root. I nearly stepped on it. If it were summertime,i surely would have gotten bit. It hadn't shed in some time and it's scales were very dull and grayish, perfectly camouflaged. I carefully moved it off the trail to a sunny spot where someone else wouldn't accidentally step on it. In this rare instance, it didn't even strike. It only hissed a bit. It reminded me of how I feel before I've had my morning coffee.
    It was doing it's usual cobra impression (although much less enthusiastic, it didn't even raise it's head) I could clearly see those venom pockets were very full and hadn't been used for some time.
    Just one of many, many encounters.

  • dylan jordan
    dylan jordan 11 महीने पहले +13

    Thanks for this comparison. I was hanging out on a waterfall in Georgia with a friend a few weeks ago and after looking at this I believe the snake coming right at us was indeed a cotton mouth. As it was the snakes home we quickly swam back to the river bank and just enjoyed from a distance lol.

  • Bernie Corral
    Bernie Corral 2 साल पहले +1768

    Who else thinks that he should be on the Netflix show you vs wild or at least with his own show

  • Rayleigh Morgan
    Rayleigh Morgan 2 दिन पहले +1

    Thank you for working so hard on these videos for us I really need those tips because my whole backyard moccasin Territory

  • • tessa •
    • tessa • साल पहले +4

    If I were in the wild and this guy was here, i'd feel 75% more safe

  • cj todd.
    cj todd. महीने पहले

    this man was a big part of my childhood. he will go down as a legend

  • Mark Perkins
    Mark Perkins साल पहले +7

    I've said it before and I'll say it again.. coyote and his amazing team deserve a spot on one of the major animal and nature channels...100%

  • squire456
    squire456 साल पहले +1

    The cotton mouth looks so menacing! Ive been close to one of those before and on camera it looks so small but in real life these are so big! Good going Cyote

  • Adam Silva
    Adam Silva साल पहले +9

    Brother you've rightfully earned a new subscriber. I love animals and love snakes especially, you're very educating and great at keeping my attention while getting your point across short and sweet. You show emotion with your work, and not just reading from some lame script. You've done a great job!

  • Carl Anthony Bronk
    Carl Anthony Bronk साल पहले

    Coyote ur the best! Very informative and ur never afraid to show us everything even if u get bit or stung by something

  • GaTiger11
    GaTiger11 साल पहले +6

    There's no freaking way I'm going to intentionally pick up any living pit viper. Not a moccasin, or a rattler or a copperhead. Uh uh. No way, no how.

  • Olivia Swann
    Olivia Swann साल पहले +538

    Water moccasins look so angry, like he's planning to murder you, whereas the Banded Water Snake looks like he'd like to go out with you for a drink.

    • Rogixd
      Rogixd 3 महीने पहले

      They are when i live in brazoria tx saw them everyday. Even the babies will try to bite and strike at you even if you are not messing with them.

    • John Breeden
      John Breeden 4 महीने पहले +1

      @The devil of hells kitchen no, they aren't.

    • Ali Gueye
      Ali Gueye 9 महीने पहले

      also its like vice versa if u stay calm near the water moccasin

    • Callmehlemon
      Callmehlemon 10 महीने पहले

      why is that so true tho😂

  • dragon slicer 747
    dragon slicer 747 9 महीने पहले +1

    This happened when I was in west Virginia. I was in this river with some family and there was a cottonmouth just going through the water and one of our friends threw a rock and crushed it before someone could get bit on land

  • Poetry
    Poetry 11 महीने पहले +1

    One time, I was playing in a river, trying to catch minnows. I heard something behind me, and then I spotted a Moccasin right behind my on the riverbed side. I didn't know how to identify it, but all's I know is that i'm so glad I spotted it at that moment or it could've ended terribly.

  • Richard Castaway
    Richard Castaway दिन पहले

    I've been following this channel since you had 50k subs. Absolute legend

  • In_10z
    In_10z 10 महीने पहले

    You are a legend. Thanks for this incredibly useful video. Water snakes can look so so much like a moccasin.

  • 四Meat
    四Meat साल पहले +1405

    Coyote rlly deserves his own show on Netflix or sum like that

    • Christopher Yang
      Christopher Yang महीने पहले +1

      I agree

    • Levi Ackerman
      Levi Ackerman 2 महीने पहले +1

      That would be lit

    • LeoS
      LeoS 2 महीने पहले +1

      Yeah, no. Not really.

    • JSab 22
      JSab 22 9 महीने पहले +1

      He has a show

    • med1732_Roblox
      med1732_Roblox 9 महीने पहले +1


  • M.D. Diablos
    M.D. Diablos साल पहले

    Live in Florida, so I've seen my fair share of moccasins. That being said, ran into my first watersnake a day or two ago in the backyard. Let it leave in peace but would have caught it had I been wearing more than a towel.

  • B & D aquatics
    B & D aquatics साल पहले

    As an avid angler in the Texas hill country I've had my fair share of running into hundreds of snakes. I've had a water mocosin chase a top water frog all the way up to my kayak. It was TERRIFYING. I hate snakes

  • Abdullah Official
    Abdullah Official साल पहले

    Brave wilderness is one of my favourite channel. This channel is doing a great job. Anyone can get a lot of information from this channel.

  • Joshua Mathews
    Joshua Mathews साल पहले

    Nearly stepped on a water moccasin yesterday. I'm really surprised how calm it was. I've always heard that they're hyperagressive, but this one just sat there, opening its mouth as a warning.

  • Graydon Panzica
    Graydon Panzica 11 दिन पहले

    The close-up on the cottonmouth's face during the side-by-side :'D She's like "wtf are these fools doing"

  • David
    David 17 दिन पहले

    When I was young, my younger cousin and I often hit the creek near our houses. Setting up natural traps to capture minnows and such. I remember a time when we were barefoot in the water, and I was lifting rocks in search of something cool. Under one, was a small snake with a big attitude. The scales were dark, camouflaging quite well with the environment. Of course, it became defensive and hissed at me. Only to flee downstream right after. Until then, I had never heard of a water moccasin. But when that mouth opened, I knew it was dangerous. The head appeared very similar to that of a viper, which is another you don’t want to be bitten by. Not only that, but it had to have been young. Therefore, it could have released more venom than it needed to, resulting in greater danger. Thankfully, it didn’t strike me. Knowing how I was, I probably wouldn’t have thought much of the bite until it was too late. Snakes are just as beautiful as other creatures, just educate yourself because ensuing such.

  • Be Jo
    Be Jo 11 महीने पहले +3

    Coyote: sees deadly snake that could kill you with one bite and is calm
    Also Coyote: Scared of giant desert centipede

  • Central Virginia EAS
    Central Virginia EAS  दिन पहले

    My friend actually caught one of these in his hand and I got to touch it. I had extreme caution about the snake though.

  • Lori Christian
    Lori Christian 2 साल पहले +2355

    Coyote: he accidentally got my thumb
    Snake: Oh buddy, it was no accident

    • Yoela Heron
      Yoela Heron 9 दिन पहले


    • Roblox lover
      Roblox lover 19 दिन पहले


    • Aaron Carter
      Aaron Carter 24 दिन पहले +1

      Coyote: Shhh! Nice work! 🤫

    • Rhick Masinadiong
      Rhick Masinadiong 7 महीने पहले +1


    • Ranger
      Ranger 7 महीने पहले +1

      You have my logo

  • BS smith
    BS smith साल पहले

    Fantastic camera work!!!
    Thanks guys, what a great and informative video.
    Personally, I think this should be played in the local school systems ..

    SERGHOST_ PH 9 महीने पहले

    This man is risking every moment of his life just to save ours 👍

  • ꧁𝑇𝑞𝑑𝑑𝑦𝐵𝑒𝑞𝑟𝑌𝑇꧂
    ꧁𝑇𝑞𝑑𝑑𝑦𝐵𝑒𝑞𝑟𝑌𝑇꧂ 11 महीने पहले +8

    “I am going to gently get a position behind her head”
    *proceeds to squeeze it*
    Edit: I had a feeling as soon as he let the moccasin go it was gonna bite him but he used the stick

  • Trina Kelly
    Trina Kelly 10 महीने पहले +1

    My kids and I watch all your videos. Thanks for what you do!

  • Audrey S
    Audrey S 5 साल पहले +168

    I love the way you put the animals back where you found them and you don't hurt them.

  • David Currey
    David Currey 8 महीने पहले +2

    I rescued what I believe was the same kind of water snake on a disc golf course in Houston. I was casually walking up to the #8 basket at Agnes Moffitt Park when I saw a small 12" dark-colored snake coming right at me. I bent over to make sure it wasn't a water moccasin, then reached down to grab it. It struck at me several times, which felt like getting hit with a feather, but once I got it in my hands, it calmed down just like the one in the video did. I released it in a wooded area nearby, and while walking back I noticed that I was bleeding in about a half dozen places. He must have nicked some capillaries, but there wasn't the slightest pain. A full-grown water snake would certainly have bitten me much worse.

  • M F
    M F साल पहले +8

    I think I saw a cottonmouth on the side of the road when I went fishing yesterday. I was riding in the car and I saw a dark brown snake in the middle of the road. It was right next to a swamp and it was curled up into a ball

  • Eyedentity
    Eyedentity 9 महीने पहले

    You mentioned the pits on the cottonmouth and the generally wider body along with the head shape. You also pointed out the venomous vs non-venomous pupil shape which only holds true in North America. You failed to mention the belly scales which turn into a double row between the cloaca and the tail tip on non-venomous snakes.

  • Tristan Fjjf
    Tristan Fjjf 7 महीने पहले +6

    Coyote: asks out girl gets rejected.
    Also coyote: we have just entered the friend zone

  • Zahrah Rahaman
    Zahrah Rahaman 2 साल पहले +361

    I love his adventures and he never gives up even if he's in the worst problems

    • Tyra Brown
      Tyra Brown साल पहले

      Yes I think that is right good but he is risking his life

    • Duck
      Duck साल पहले

      Him is cool

    • KHMER VZ
      KHMER VZ साल पहले


    • Naruto uchiha
      Naruto uchiha साल पहले

      Like his dad dying

    • PlatinumGod200
      PlatinumGod200 साल पहले


  • x31omega
    x31omega साल पहले +1

    Older video but first time seeing this one. Great info thanks Coyote.

  • Graydon Panzica
    Graydon Panzica 11 दिन पहले

    I just imagine the snake when Coyote hooks it like, "How DARE you, I am VENOMOUS."

  • Furqan Almas
    Furqan Almas 11 महीने पहले +73

    Snake back to their familes: Honey you won't believe who i met.

  • Priyanka Mukherjee
    Priyanka Mukherjee 5 महीने पहले

    wow.. this is amazing. Now that i have found this channel there's no going back

  • Galaxytab Maniulit
    Galaxytab Maniulit साल पहले +237

    My brain when seeing Cottonmouth: Deadly
    My brain when seeing WaterSnake: Deadly

    • Snake Eyes
      Snake Eyes 14 दिन पहले

      I have encountered Northern Water Snakes up here in New England. They can be aggresive sometimes. We don't have moccasins here. Only two venomous snakes live up here: Copperheads and Timber Rattlers.

    • Pixel
      Pixel 4 महीने पहले +1

      Don't think that I've picked up plenty banded and Midland watersnakes, they are very nice and never really bite me you shouldn't be scared

    • Des Marie Vuitton
      Des Marie Vuitton 6 महीने पहले

      Lmao same 🤣🤣 I’m so scared of snakes

    • Tyler Morris
      Tyler Morris 11 महीने पहले

      @Gaming Snizzle nothing is worse than seeing a spider, and not killing it before it gets away then u sit in ur room in horror

    • Gaming Snizzle
      Gaming Snizzle 11 महीने पहले

      Me seeing tiny spider: Deadly

  • Rob Roy
    Rob Roy 2 महीने पहले

    "They have no interest in chasing"
    My experience says different....Those things can be super aggressive....

  • XGhostX
    XGhostX साल पहले +2

    3:19 I love how much you care for him

  • Rose & Belle
    Rose & Belle साल पहले +26

    the banded water snake looks like its smiling! adorable

    • WiLl🕹
      WiLl🕹 7 महीने पहले

      Good eye! That’s one of the ways I identify the snake. The extended jaw line.

  • TexasDemon84
    TexasDemon84 11 महीने पहले

    One thing that scares me most about cottonmouth snakes, is that they're also curious and can try to get into your boat, especially flat bottom boats.

  • Not Kiyoko
    Not Kiyoko साल पहले +72

    This guy should get a reward for not clickbaiting In each of his vids

    • st hui
      st hui 29 दिन पहले

      Slightly misleading title.

    • sTeak
      sTeak 10 महीने पहले


    • serryn
      serryn 10 महीने पहले

      You should get a reward for that pfp

    • cyber warrior
      cyber warrior 11 महीने पहले +1

      He is a true legend

  • Reckless Alexis
    Reckless Alexis 11 महीने पहले

    I love finding common water snakes. They chill out so fast after you let them weave through your fingers for a minute. I’ve never been bitten by one, but I have been bitten by a sassy little garter snake

  • Mill Williams
    Mill Williams 23 घंटे पहले

    Give this man a show he is my gen of Steve 😂 .

  • Kulsoom N
    Kulsoom N साल पहले

    I wish he could do a feature about the snakes native to my area!!! That would be the coolest!!!

  • Alex Cobb
    Alex Cobb महीने पहले

    Living in south Alabama, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve almost stepped on moccasins just going about my day lol.

    BBLOGIC 11 महीने पहले +26

    Random lottery if it's venomous or non venomous
    Coyote: Jumping around grabbing snakes with bare hands.

  • Dsrtcrwlr
    Dsrtcrwlr 9 महीने पहले

    I love you’re vids this video reminds me of when I went rattlesnake hunting me and my dad and my friend found 2 rattlers

    TWON'S VLOGS महीने पहले

    Coyote has the biggest balls I swear! So brave! Very inspiring!

  • Tecguy 122
    Tecguy 122 साल पहले +1

    Found one of these snakes, and now that I have watched, I know it's a cottonmouth snake, thank you!

  • TempehLove
    TempehLove साल पहले +6

    The moccasin looks so much more vicious! His angry face hahaha

  • CoolCreeper98 Yeah
    CoolCreeper98 Yeah घंटे पहले

    I live in an area in a creek surrounding the neighborhood filled with cotton mouths or water moccasins no joke, my area in Virginia is FULL of snakes

  • 🥀heavy__simp💜
    🥀heavy__simp💜 7 महीने पहले

    At 4:19 just as he says "ha!" the water moccasin opens its mouth, looks like the snake is saying it. LOL, good times!

  • David Dietz
    David Dietz साल पहले +1

    Love the show! What's that hole that LOOKS like a pit on the water snake?

  • Mack Axivas
    Mack Axivas 2 साल पहले +253

    Coyote: “What we don’t want to do is step on a snake..”
    Also Coyote: *intensely looks up at trees*

    • •Salt•
      •Salt• साल पहले +2

      So a snake doesnt step on him.

    • Sadika Kazi
      Sadika Kazi साल पहले

      Lol right when I looked at ur comment he said it lol

    • bloomingroses MSP
      bloomingroses MSP 2 साल पहले

      Lol jk

    • Melissa Roberts
      Melissa Roberts 2 साल पहले

      coyote this is totally safe 13 minutes later he dies

    • ola2356_
      ola2356_ 2 साल पहले

      Mack Axivas bahahaaa

  • Fernando Perez
    Fernando Perez 6 महीने पहले +2

    I'm a student at UCF, and for a Biology project, we had to identify a bunch of different species of plants, animals, and fungi. I wanted to show off to my bio professor (who is a herpetologist), so my girlfriend and I were able to track down a snake beneath the surface of a creek under some large leaves. We were pretty sure it was a banded watersnake by the patterns, but we weren't 100% sure, so we were able to ease out its head just enough for me to see the pupils and say that it definitely was a watersnake. My girlfriend grabbed it and tried to handle it, but it was thrashing around a LOT so she let it go pretty immediately (she also wasn't totally confident in my identification, so she wanted to let go to make super sure)

  • Lushen Govender
    Lushen Govender महीने पहले

    you’re really brave and my favourite channel I always love the fact that you say in your videos I love your channel and a good line stay brave and keep wiled

  • Katy Qiao
    Katy Qiao साल पहले +1

    I love snakes even though I've never seen a real one.They look cute but I'm kind of hoping that poisonous snakes don't bite.It'd be terrifying .

    • Wumfk
      Wumfk 10 महीने पहले

      yeah dont worry venomous snakes dont bite ever
      (this is a joke dont get bit by venomous snakes)

  • Amanda Norris
    Amanda Norris 9 दिन पहले

    “I don’t imagine any watching getting face to face” sir, you underestimate your viewers. Lol

  • Meh
    Meh 5 साल पहले +921

    My god Coyote is getting so popular these days, Hes on top 5 trending everytime he posts a video

  • AceChan
    AceChan महीने पहले +1

    How to learn if the snake is harmfull or harm less
    Harmfull: looks like a cat
    Harmless: looks like a dog

  • Bob Teletabis
    Bob Teletabis साल पहले

    Damn i didnt know that i know my snakes 😂😂 you was showing a close up of the cottonsnake and i was thinking it looks like a pit viper and 10 secs later it is a pit viper

  • Tac-EZ
    Tac-EZ साल पहले +1

    Coyote is very knowledgeable, reminds me of the God father of the wild, Steve Irwin

  • Matt green
    Matt green दिन पहले

    I have noticed a slight difference also in how they move across the water. Water snakes you'll see it's head above water and maybe a small portion of its body, but a Cottonmouth will have its entire body puffed up gliding across the top of the water. Whole body. Head a few inches out the water. Almost confident/cocky that nothing will mess with it. Just something I've observed while fishing here in Arkansas

  • Kai
    Kai 5 साल पहले +2170

    "I am gently going to grab its neck"
    *Crushes it gently*

    • Zoie Hipkiss
      Zoie Hipkiss 2 साल पहले

      not being mean Coyote but it did look like it not saying you did but................ya know?.........still though not being mean i hope we are still friends

    • Livie dog! Federwitz
      Livie dog! Federwitz 2 साल पहले

      yuri :3 I know like what??🤔

    • Chip addict
      Chip addict 2 साल पहले

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    • kaya stroupe
      kaya stroupe 2 साल पहले

      Maybe the snake has daddy issues 🤷🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️

    • A Friendly Bear Lad
      A Friendly Bear Lad 3 साल पहले

      Me when my mom says it’s gonna be ok in middle school

  • justin lynn
    justin lynn 6 महीने पहले

    Me and my dad were walking through the woods and I headed a little hiss then I looked down and there was a massive moccasin right at my feet and we filmed it crawling away it was awesome

  • michelle diaz
    michelle diaz 4 महीने पहले +1

    Me watching this video and wondering if I could find a snake In my backyard 🤣

  • Dick Underhill
    Dick Underhill 10 महीने पहले

    I've noticed that water snakes are very aggressive compared to other species that we have in Michigan. We have a couple different species and if you pick them up they will bite you every time

  • A Abrahams
    A Abrahams 4 महीने पहले

    Water moccasin: Wow, I've never hung out with one of these 2 legged things before. This is so cool.

  • Rosy🌹
    Rosy🌹 2 साल पहले +122

    A few moments at 4:13 when coyote was like "ha" the snake opened his mouth and it looked like the snake was talking 😂

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      Xlamander महीने पहले


    • TheKechupKreeper
      TheKechupKreeper महीने पहले

      u c it u cant unc ot

    • Clara-net
      Clara-net साल पहले

      Imaginary Imagination yes!

    • Mike potthoff
      Mike potthoff 2 साल पहले +1


    • Johanna Sweet
      Johanna Sweet 2 साल पहले

      😂😂😂 that reminds me of the videos of animals with human screams

  • Bomby Corp Services Innovators By Bombiedude
    Bomby Corp Services Innovators By Bombiedude 6 महीने पहले

    5:56 I even saw the water snake had a good little smerk on his face he must be really happy to see humans and maybe hes not that old and hasnt seen humans before

  • Tom
    Tom महीने पहले

    That snake at the beginning though I got the fright of my life lol 😂

  • Vivien Moonstone
    Vivien Moonstone 10 महीने पहले

    I was walking in a river and one of those non-venomous snakes was wildly slithering away from me. They just would like to stay away.

  • Beatrix Chiu
    Beatrix Chiu 11 महीने पहले +2

    The way he just handles that snake like it’s nothing haha

  • 14ttv
    14ttv 5 साल पहले +2298

    Coyote: He Accidentally got my thumb
    Snake: It wasn't an accident 😂😂😂

  • Jazmine Armani
    Jazmine Armani साल पहले +2

    How tight do you squeeze a snakes head ? lol I’m curious. it looks like you have to choke them to get them to be calm 😂😂

  • Commish/Flock Baltimore productions
    Commish/Flock Baltimore productions साल पहले

    dude I'm so glad I watched this I learned a lot cuz I swear I lived by these water moccasins

  • 🎶tom💙
    🎶tom💙 महीने पहले +1

    i always watch your vids bc i love to learn new things

  • ꧁𝙽𝚊𝚝𝚒𝚜𝚞𝚔𝚒꧂
    ꧁𝙽𝚊𝚝𝚒𝚜𝚞𝚔𝚒꧂ 7 महीने पहले +1

    I'm getting chills on this and the way the snake just tried to bite the dude just- NO dude and why are ya'll looking for dangerous snakesthis got me bad-

  • emcalinden62
    emcalinden62 4 साल पहले +1127

    It’s really interesting how there are so many differences between these snakes.

    • You Tuber
      You Tuber 3 साल पहले

      Fun Fact Venomous snakes swim on top of the water and Non-venomous swim in the water

    • Random stuff
      Random stuff 3 साल पहले

      They all look the same to me

    • Avery Playz
      Avery Playz 3 साल पहले

      TalentForEmma has

    • Tonya Jones
      Tonya Jones 3 साल पहले


    • Plazmabeam YT
      Plazmabeam YT 3 साल पहले

      TalentForEmma amazing right

  • Tristan Jenkins
    Tristan Jenkins साल पहले

    I love that Mario and mark are fine being a cameraman for COYOTE it would be insane

  • Fantastic Fluffy
    Fantastic Fluffy 11 महीने पहले +5

    I’m surprised that when you pick up snakes with there necks they can breath cause you would think they can’t breath right?

    • Elisabeth sun
      Elisabeth sun 11 महीने पहले

      Hello Mha fan

    • Aidan Wesner
      Aidan Wesner 11 महीने पहले

      That’s what I was thinking too cause it looks like he’s squeezing them so hard

  • Guitar Guru .357
    Guitar Guru .357 9 महीने पहले

    Nothing is more entertaining than someone who clearly loves wild animals playing with wild animals. I haven’t seen this level of enthusiasm since the late, great Steve Irwin.

  • Dark slayer
    Dark slayer 11 महीने पहले +3

    Coyote:leans hand to get the snake*
    The snake:your finger no more

  • Jacoby
    Jacoby 5 साल पहले +23

    Thanks for making this video! It really helps us learn more about different animals!

    • Frank Andersson
      Frank Andersson 10 दिन पहले +1


    • Jacoby
      Jacoby 5 साल पहले +1

      Dirty Robot - It's called staying positive for those who did learn something, or those who didn't

    • Micheal Lark
      Micheal Lark 5 साल पहले +1

      Dirty Robot that coyote is a friggin beast

    • Dirty Robot
      Dirty Robot 5 साल पहले +1

      Not trying to troll you, but just what did you learn from this video?
      You might have learned that not all snakes are dangerous. That some snakes look dangerous to take advantage of reputation. That plain looking snakes are mostly venomous or that snakes in general should be treated with respect.
      But this video taught none of these things to a point where they would be helpful to someone who found themselves in a snake on human confrontation.

  • Chea Chavannika
    Chea Chavannika 7 महीने पहले

    You seen to be so brave I wish I am brave as you❤️

  • Aruna Vaka
    Aruna Vaka 9 महीने पहले +1

    I watch his channel frequently to make sure he is alive lol

  • Commish/Flock Baltimore productions
    Commish/Flock Baltimore productions साल पहले +1

    personally coyote I think these videos are a lot more daring and cooler than the bite videos