Deadly Bite Aftermath! Can You Survive a Fer De Lance Attack?!

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  • 11/02/2022 को प्रकाशित
  • This week, Coyote and the crew encounter the fer-de-lance, one of Costa Rica’s most dangerous pit vipers! One wrong step can lead to a venomous bite - they camouflage extremely well, making them very difficult to spot! Watch as Coyote, Mario, and the crew encounter this reptile, extract its venom, and mix it with Coyote’s blood!
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  • Brave Wilderness
    Brave Wilderness  3 महीने पहले +605

    Fer-de-lance? More like... don't-take-a-chance Seriously though, don't.

    • Yee
      Yee 4 दिन पहले

      the emoji is called BraveCPScream right?

    • Christian Love
      Christian Love 5 दिन पहले

      Jake wanted

    • T Rebo
      T Rebo 10 दिन पहले

      poggers lol

    • gonzalo sanchez blanco
      gonzalo sanchez blanco 13 दिन पहले

      I think this snake is named Mapanare in Colombia and Ecuador

    • Raiku
      Raiku 13 दिन पहले

      Wasn't this video posted 7 monts back already?

  • CLG Productions
    CLG Productions 2 महीने पहले +417

    I said it once on a previous video, but I will say it again. thank you profusely for being so descriptive verbally with your descriptions. given that I am totally blind, that extra verbal description of what is going on is invaluably helpful. keep up the incredible work, you were doing. absolutely an amazing job.

    • Memento Mori
      Memento Mori 4 दिन पहले

      @Kelly Bethel There are modern ways for blind and seeing impaired individuals to navigate the internet, type out posts, comments, etc., and even "read" comments and posts! :) your phone likely has accessibility settings, even, where you can look and see some of the options they have, many often designed for the seeing impaired!

    • Timbo Underskroll
      Timbo Underskroll 4 दिन पहले

      How did u type this comment being easy as it is being blind makes it seem impossible

    • Pretty Magic
      Pretty Magic 5 दिन पहले

      @Kelly Bethel there's such things as blind assisted key boards and voice to text too

    • AA ASMR
      AA ASMR 6 दिन पहले

      @Kelly Bethel screen reader mate

    • Evolved Ego
      Evolved Ego 8 दिन पहले

      Wow. The fact people don’t believe you. Y’all. Phones have text-to-speech in your Accessibility menu where you phone verbally describes what is on the screen; and even do things by voice command, my uncle is 100% blind (he has no eyes because of shrapnel in Vietnam) and uses it.

  • Faith Dougherty
    Faith Dougherty 3 महीने पहले +362

    Watching this video and learning more about the Fer-de-lance makes me even more glad that Coyote did not get bit by that one that he almost sat on a while back.

    • DeVonte’ Lewis
      DeVonte’ Lewis 3 महीने पहले +4

      Still gives me chills every time I see that clip

    • Miles Peep
      Miles Peep 3 महीने पहले +4

      I remember that oh god 😰😰

    • Faith Dougherty
      Faith Dougherty 3 महीने पहले +7

      @Some_IcedTea The video is titled Night of the Deadly Creatures.

    • Some_IcedTea
      Some_IcedTea 3 महीने पहले +2

      I think I missed that video can you send that?

    • Vishnu Varma Bhupathiraju
      Vishnu Varma Bhupathiraju 3 महीने पहले +22

      He was holding a snake and he almost sat on another wich was twice as more dangerous. Oh yeah we all missed a heartbeat during that encounter

  • ZakAttak
    ZakAttak 3 महीने पहले +70

    Amazing to see you guys are almost at 20 million. Been watching for years and I'm glad to see the videos are still just as good 👍

  • Jay
    Jay 3 दिन पहले +1

    Dopest BW video to date. I didn’t expect my jaws to literally drop when the cells were shown under the microscope, but it absolutely did and my mouth didn’t close until the video ended. I thought I knew what to expect but seeing it was way more extreme than I thought it would be.

  • Shadowhenge
    Shadowhenge 6 दिन पहले +1

    So glad youre out here for this generation, Coyote. You make learning about nature fun for my son the same way Irwin did for me.

  • JABphotos
    JABphotos 3 महीने पहले +98

    This is definitely one of my favorite episodes! Entertaining, educational and ❕
    I appreciate the clip of Mark removing the cholla cactus for Coyote and turning back to the camera like 😬🤭😂

  • Gameboy (Color)
    Gameboy (Color) 17 दिन पहले +12

    I get my blood drawn too, but like every year, but in this vid coyote, you really were brave. You’re the inspiration that keeps me going, staying wild, and being brave. Thank you, for all these years of teaching us about dangerous animals.

  • Guts Punch Nads Throw Up
    Guts Punch Nads Throw Up 3 महीने पहले +87

    I love how they got a frame of Mark smiling while pulling cholla from Coyote as if he won't be blindfolding himself and walking through a maze of the stuff to eat a cake.

    • Mason Adams
      Mason Adams 3 महीने पहले

      Stop self promoting

    • Mason Adams
      Mason Adams 3 महीने पहले

      Who asked bruh 😎

    • Mason Adams
      Mason Adams 3 महीने पहले


    • 26 Mic
      26 Mic 3 महीने पहले +1

      Man I make entertaining videos as well

  • Wall.Daisies
    Wall.Daisies 4 दिन पहले

    One of my favorite videos yet!! That was so interesting. And I never thought I would say that blood somehow looked beautiful under the microscope lol.

  • Sad Tortilla
    Sad Tortilla 3 महीने पहले +31

    This is insanely interesting to watch as a (now) bio student and long term Coyote fan!

  • Mohith Mallanna
    Mohith Mallanna 3 महीने पहले +41

    Amazing video. We need people like you to educate about animals and why they are important to the ecosystem.

  • Jenn 1234
    Jenn 1234 3 महीने पहले +8

    Great video Coyote! I am pretty sure I have already seen this, but it was fun watching it again! Stay safe and keep the great content coming! 😄💙🐬🐊

  • Noctali 23
    Noctali 23 11 दिन पहले

    It always amazes me how fluorecent the venom is 😮

  • F0SHEE
    F0SHEE 3 महीने पहले +26

    I love how proud of himself he was getting his blood drawn, and actually got cookie lmao

  • Diana Garr
    Diana Garr 3 महीने पहले +10

    I love these kind of shows. Hopefully people will learn what they need before venturing into dangerous places and know all there is to know about area. It's not a game.

  • Damien Grief
    Damien Grief 3 महीने पहले +8

    This was an incredible episode. So cool to see the effect of venom under a microscope like that.

  • Volcanoman
    Volcanoman 7 दिन पहले +1

    I came across one of these bad boys in Ecuador, a few years back. I was spending several days in the Amazonian region of the country, staying at a jungle camp (the Arajuno Jungle Lodge) and taking trips out from there (mainly boat rides to hiking trails - the guides knew a whole bunch of trails in the area that were accessible from the river the camp was on - a tributary of the Río Napo, which is itself a tributary of the Amazon), middle-of-nowhere, at least 2 hours from anything resembling civilization (the city of Tena, Ecuador), and on a jungle hike, I nearly stepped on a fer-de-lance, basking himself on the trail. I was the third person in my group...the first two were experienced jungle guides. BOTH of them stepped OVER the snake without seeing it, in broad daylight no less. That is the level of camouflage it had. If I hadn't spotted it, and luckily not trodden on it, I guarantee one of the 8 people walking behind me would have. And then a fun trip in the jungle would have turned into a nightmare faster than you can say "hemotoxic." The snake is well-represented in Amazonian basin envenomations, making up around 99% of venomous snake bites in the region (it is a surprisingly common snake, though most people who encounter it never realize they encountered it!). However, most people survive (as even though the fangs are crazy long, and the venom injected in INSANE volumes, it's not actually THAT toxic...for a pit viper), though many do eventually require an amputation (because their bitten extremity becomes too necrotic to save). Still, if you are unlucky enough for the snake to inject venom into a major blood vessel when it bites, death can come quite quickly (the guides afterwards said that they personally know someone who died in under 3 hours after suffering a fer-de-lance bite).

  • SSF27 Rebranded.
    SSF27 Rebranded. 2 महीने पहले +3

    I have been watching you for years, you all teach me more about wildlife each day that passes by

  • pink pearl
    pink pearl 2 महीने पहले +4

    That was an amazing experience. Coyote really uped his game on this one! Great video!

  • Xharia
    Xharia महीने पहले +7

    Ok yea this was extremely cool would love to see alot more like this with the microscope

  • Farter
    Farter 3 महीने पहले +8

    I'm a Physics graduate but this channel is forcing me to do a course in Biology. Biodiversity is really amazing and Coyote, you've made me love forests even more.

  • qiqi!
    qiqi! 3 महीने पहले +11

    I love how they don’t kill the animal even if it’s dangerous or if it bites :)

  • Pat Crowe
    Pat Crowe 16 दिन पहले

    That was amazing how you could see how it was killing the blood cells so quickly

  • Emily Brackett
    Emily Brackett 3 महीने पहले +13

    0:39 I like the scene where Mark smiles, immediately after he removes the choya out of Coyote too! 😊

  • Webster Mwangi
    Webster Mwangi 3 महीने पहले +46

    As an African I have nothing but respect for vipers, they don't start fights, but they sure as hell know how to finish them! Down here the three vipers that cause as much damage as the Far-De-Lance are the Saw Scale Viper, The Puff Adder and the Gaboon do not want to be tagged by any of those three vipers...

    • Webster Mwangi
      Webster Mwangi 24 दिन पहले

      @tana gunda indeed lol

    • tana gunda
      tana gunda 24 दिन पहले +1

      @Webster Mwangi it’s a bloody miracle no lie

    • Webster Mwangi
      Webster Mwangi 3 महीने पहले +3

      @Ethan Cooper When you survive the bite of a gaboon and keep your limbs intact that's one hell of a story though...

    • Ethan Cooper
      Ethan Cooper 3 महीने पहले +4

      My friends dad keeps venomous snakes and survived a bite from a gaboon, he is a very lucky guy. He still has a pretty large reptile collection that he’s let me see but he only has one hot snake now (western diamondback)

    • Nano0k
      Nano0k 3 महीने पहले +3

      Having recently seen a video of a gaboon viper biting various meats: a chicken breast, a pork filet, etc., I'd like to wholeheartedly agree with your conclusion! It, or a close relative must have been a character design inspiration for the Predator alien's fangs. No steppy for me! Asante (?) sir!

  • Joe S.
    Joe S. 2 महीने पहले

    Really enjoyed this episode! Really awesome seeing that under the microscope!!

  • Giovanni Piccione
    Giovanni Piccione 3 महीने पहले +3

    These videos have been amazing! Every video you work with Carl and Mara have been so mind blowing and informing to watch! Keep up the awesome work and always a round of applause to Carl and Mara for what they do!

  • Incidius X
    Incidius X 3 महीने पहले +26

    Came here to revisit one of my old favorite youtubers. Sad to see the contract has changed him.
    I miss the days where he would just explore in a rainforest and admire all the critters he comes across.

    • Jason E
      Jason E 2 महीने पहले

      He seems the same to me

    • Noodlesthink
      Noodlesthink 3 महीने पहले

      Same dude the good old days

    • Incidius X
      Incidius X 3 महीने पहले +3

      @Peeble Jeeble he signed a contract with animal planet

    • Jessie Wald
      Jessie Wald 3 महीने पहले +12

      lets be honest the snake encounter wasnt random. I think its natural when you get so big the demand for footage increases. He likely doesnt have time to spend days and come up with no footage anymore

    • Peeble Jeeble
      Peeble Jeeble 3 महीने पहले +4

      Im out of the loop, what kind of contract changes? I thought it was just because of COVID.

  • bopanna chindamada
    bopanna chindamada 3 महीने पहले +3

    I usually end the videos if it’s not that interesting, but I’ve to say this 22 minutes was really worth it

  • RJIVHalo
    RJIVHalo 18 घंटे पहले

    My aunt got bit by one of these while vacationing in Costa Rica. She was very lucky to survive.

  • Nisemono Yarou
    Nisemono Yarou महीने पहले

    Thank you for your service as always, Coyote. Stay Safe Bro

  • Simoné
    Simoné 3 महीने पहले +3

    My absolute favourite snake that I would love to see in the wild. Thanks for this great video!

  • Sean Sullivan
    Sean Sullivan 3 महीने पहले +4

    This is off topic but I'd love a educational video on the White Sturgeon! It's one of the largest fresh water fish in the world and they're located right here in the US. They literally look like something from the jurassic era! They have some at the Bonneville Dam in Oregon that are huge!

    • Sean Sullivan
      Sean Sullivan महीने पहले

      @Sage D bonneville dam fish hatchery? I grew up in Oregon and would go there like once a year if that's the same place! Love visiting there!

    • Sage D
      Sage D महीने पहले +1

      There's a fish hatchery my family always go to visit in Oregon when we head up there and they have sturgeon there! It's incredible how huge they are
      I'd love a video on them ^~^

    • Buddy Bobcat
      Buddy Bobcat 3 महीने पहले

      Same I love Sturgeon fish.

  • ViaGray
    ViaGray 3 महीने पहले +6

    I’ve NE-VER seen anyone Tube a snake before! That’s sick. 🐍

  • Sheena Žmavčić
    Sheena Žmavčić 3 महीने पहले +6

    Amazing video again, Coyote! We've learned so much, thank you!!!

  • Chanmay
    Chanmay 3 महीने पहले +6

    Honestly, watching the blood being taken makes it easy. I learned this a long time ago. Now I always watch to make sure they do it right.

  • Mars Doria
    Mars Doria 3 महीने पहले +3

    Damn..that microscope definitely cost the same as a new car. Awesome video. I learned a lot. Please never stop uploading these informative videos.

  • IamFade
    IamFade 2 दिन पहले

    those purple top tubes have anti-coagulant in them, I wonder if that changes how the venom effects the blood

  • CJ Anderson
    CJ Anderson 3 महीने पहले +3

    My friend and I almost stepped on a rattle snake in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, we were being extremely careful, too, asking people on the trail when and where they had seen snakes as they were just coming out of brumation. Goes to show how good these creatures are at blending in with their territory.

    • Miss Riley
      Miss Riley 2 महीने पहले +2

      I grew up in a house on the side of a mountain in Phoenix, it was a neighborhood that was just starting construction and we frequently had an assortment of snakes, scorpions, spiders etc. For the first few years I avoided ever going into the basement because there were constantly things getting in there.

    • Reid B
      Reid B 2 महीने पहले

      I ran over one with my bike in California

  • Jonathan Azofeifa
    Jonathan Azofeifa 3 महीने पहले +1

    I really loved this episode, this is one of the most popular snakes in my country Costa Rica

  • Cutting Edge Gaming
    Cutting Edge Gaming दिन पहले

    Question. If you need anti-venom but don't know what bit you, is it bad if you're given the wrong anti-venom that you didn't need? I've never been bitten by anything venomous so I've never needed anti-venom. I'm just curious.

  • Syn The Magician
    Syn The Magician 3 महीने पहले +1

    This video was awesome. So, I binged and did a bit of research on initial treatment of venomous bites (Building on my knowledge from EMT schooling). From my non-professional understanding (Please correct me if I'm wrong anywhere, I don't want to spread misinformation), with snake venoms there are two different general types, crotalinae and elapid. The first is pit vipers, cotton mouths, rattlesnakes, adders (Fer-de-lance falls here). The second is mambas, taipan, cobras, basically anything Australian, and aquatic snakes. The only member of this family in north America I know of is a coral snake (Red touch yellow kill a fellow, otherwise it's not a big deal).
    This being said, it seems the elapid sneks have a neruotoxic quality (Attacking your nervous system) to their venom whereas the crotalinae has a more tissue damaging venom. So with elapids, a compression bandage, or gauze tape wrapped at the right tension is going to keep the neurotoxic venom from getting to your nervous system as fast and increase your chances of survival and window to get medical treatment. However, if it's a crotalinae like a rattlesnake then compression bandages are a terrible idea as it will localize the tissue damage, and basically make the area around the bite unable to recover and possibly lead to avoidable amputations.
    For a crotalinae envenomation, wipe the site of the bite off as you may keep extra venom out (Likely a thing with the other envenomation type as well), and keep the bite site lower than your heart if it's possibly to do so comfortably. Basically, try to use gravity to keep the venom in an extremity rather than letting it get into the heart and other vital organs, letting the tissue damage spread through an extremity makes the tissue damage less concentrated, and allows cells to rebuild the now less damaged areas better.
    This is my understanding of how different snake bites can be, I would love to see Brave wilderness go over this and give professional advice on different types of snake bites, how to be safe and prepared, but I also would love to hear from any experts who watch this content and can give comments and corrections on what I've posted to help me learn more. Some of this was speculation, and if I am wrong, please correct me! I want to understand sneks, their venom, and how to treat injuries as best I can if it ever comes up.

    • Laura Christensen
      Laura Christensen 3 महीने पहले

      That is so interesting! I’m in TX and we have cotton mouths (also called water moccasin) here except they are only ever near/in water.. so that part could be contradictory to your above statement.. but I know close to nothing other than stay away from any snakes we may come across!!

  • Ayako Tami
    Ayako Tami 2 महीने पहले

    Fer-de-Lance is definitely in my top of 5 of dangerous snakes and in my top 10 of Snakes. So gorgeous with that pattern that lets it camouflage so well. These videos are so informative and I'm loving the "Brave the Wild" Series too.

  • Emil Sulcs
    Emil Sulcs 2 दिन पहले

    "It's right there next to the leaf! what a great camouflage!"
    *Camera zoom intensifies*
    Me still not spotting it

  • Rodney White
    Rodney White 3 महीने पहले +6

    Carl: *works with 50-100 animals a day that can kill him*
    Also Carl: “I’m never nervous”.

  • Maty Luna
    Maty Luna 2 महीने पहले +2

    When Coyote said "Your amazing" to himself, the nurse that was next to him said "Thank you" I think she thought he was talking to her!🤣

  • ShadowGuy
    ShadowGuy महीने पहले

    Entertaining and informative video! Good job!

  • Avery Hadley
    Avery Hadley 3 महीने पहले

    Such an amazing video!!! Wish you did this with every venomous snake!!!

  • Jaylen White
    Jaylen White 3 घंटे पहले

    I love❤❤ watching these types of videos, they just so interesting.

  • Justin Matthews
    Justin Matthews 3 महीने पहले +6

    I've been a pretty reckless person most my life. Lots of injuries. I worked in construction and would get bad lacerations from time to time I would just it let bleed or literally rub dirt on it. Nothing ever bothered me with pain or blood loss. I recently had to give several vials for blood tests at the docs and passed out and had a hospital wide code assist called where they literally brought in defibs because I fainted. I don't think it's the pain or blood that gets to people who don't like blood taken medically. It's like something in the environment. I dunno. I could cut myself on purpose and fill a glass and drink it if I needed to without issue. But giving blood in a docs office freaks me out. There's something else going on with that phobia. I feel his pain.

    • weedfreer
      weedfreer 2 महीने पहले +2

      Try being treated for cancer!
      I’m not afraid of needles but, all the same, it’s not something that fills me with joy either.
      Blood tests and treatment every 3 weeks, with mri/Ct scans each requiring the injection of dyes…and, two lots fold surgery prior to this too.
      And at the end of it, also no way of them being able to tell 100% as to whether I still have it or not…all they can say is that I’m presenting NED (No Evidence of Disease)

  • BoVice
    BoVice 3 महीने पहले +2

    Him: "we don't press on the venom glands"
    Also him: **Presses on venom glands** 9:50

  • Swole Monkey
    Swole Monkey 3 महीने पहले +7

    How do I just assume Coyote is gonne take a bite from a snake because of the insect sting series 🤣🤣 completely diffrent ballpark I always have to tell myself.

  • Angela Sanders
    Angela Sanders 14 दिन पहले

    I don't know who doesn't love coyote Peterson this guy is fun educational and brave thank you so much for the time and effort put into these videos!!!

  • Petejjb12
    Petejjb12 12 दिन पहले

    I was hiking in Costa Rica and I came so close to stepping on one of these. Luckily Something made look down to see it. I’m not sure what would have happened if I got bit as I was a few hours out of the nearest town, it wasn’t quite as big but wouldn’t have been good though lol.

  • Liz K
    Liz K 3 महीने पहले +3

    I love you guys! I keep watching because it’s a good show and I just want Coyote to stay safe! Be careful Coyote

  • ׆h3.Wh¡†3.Ang3l.D3v¡l×
    ׆h3.Wh¡†3.Ang3l.D3v¡l× 2 महीने पहले +1

    I've watched you for over 5 years. You are a great INclipsr!

  • AannW Rootbeer
    AannW Rootbeer 3 महीने पहले +4

    Why does that snake look like it is smiling? It literally is trained on you with the look of "Oh, you messed with me, I am going to bite you and enjoy it." 😂

  • OneDayAfterAnother
    OneDayAfterAnother 23 दिन पहले

    It's so difficult for me to even look at blood...and someone being stuck with a needle.... but this was very interesting.

  • T. Polys
    T. Polys 3 महीने पहले +1

    I love how Fer de Lance look, but I'd vanish if I ever saw one (uncontrolled) in front of me

    MF BURNS 2 महीने पहले

    I'm proud of you for facing your fears head on and ofc I mean getting your blood drawn 😂 💙 🙏

  • Joe Murphy
    Joe Murphy महीने पहले

    That's absolutely mind blowing to watch them cells be destroyed like that

  • praveen _ಪ್ರವೀಣ್
    praveen _ಪ್ರವೀಣ್ 2 महीने पहले

    Amazing video ❤️ Stay away ,stay safe

  • Haya Alhwaidi
    Haya Alhwaidi 2 महीने पहले +1

    Can you do a video with a beaver? I would love to learn more about them!

  • FacelessCovers 92
    FacelessCovers 92 2 महीने पहले

    Absolutely love this style of video!!

  • Chris Hantz
    Chris Hantz 3 दिन पहले

    “An eye for an eye, blood for a cookie” 😂😂😂

  • Mild Chaos
    Mild Chaos 3 महीने पहले +5

    Coyotes Bloodcells: “man, I can’t wait for another great day of keeping Coyote healthy! I love my job!”
    Coyote: “I’m going to voluntarily put blood cell murdering venom on my blood”

  • Janet DeNiro
    Janet DeNiro 2 महीने पहले

    I love your videos! “Draw your blood, get a cookie.” Coyote 2022

  • Julie Phillips
    Julie Phillips 3 महीने पहले +1

    I'd love to see more reptile stuff, I know its kind of a well known animal, but you should find ball pythons (royal python) out in the wild, it would be AWESOME

  • Ferretworld
    Ferretworld महीने पहले +1

    I come back every once and while just to make sure this guys is still alive

  • Miles NC
    Miles NC 3 महीने पहले +1

    I came back to your channel after a long time and it is cool to see more of your videos.

  • Dr Chromatic
    Dr Chromatic 9 दिन पहले

    The fact that he got a cookie made me so happy.
    13:45 if your wondering

  • Jack James
    Jack James 3 महीने पहले +2

    I couldn’t see that snake untill he pointed it out. When you look at a lot of animal you think how does that camouflage it but it really does it’s insane

  • Cora Bullington
    Cora Bullington 3 महीने पहले +2

    He started 7 years ago and wow he has grown

  • mar_editz4u
    mar_editz4u 2 महीने पहले

    My respects to Coyote this man put his life at risk just to put on contacts and I respect him for that

  • Genuine Matt
    Genuine Matt 2 दिन पहले

    How do the snakes stay in those trays? I couldn’t see any lids on them? Surely they can get out

  • brandi3981
    brandi3981 3 महीने पहले +2

    I love that even though you stumbled onto it in the wild and approached it it's first thought is not to fight it's to flee even though it could end you in like a second

  • Gangsta Shelby
    Gangsta Shelby 3 महीने पहले +2

    Hi coyote i love ur vids so much they make my day

  • Pat Patterson
    Pat Patterson 2 महीने पहले

    Wow that was awesome to see this venom attacking blood cells under that microscope

  • 배아이네
    배아이네 3 महीने पहले +1

    Love this episode, very informative ♥️

  • Colby Carlin
    Colby Carlin 5 दिन पहले

    “Arguably the most dangerous snake in south and Central America. YES!!!”

  • Noodlesthink
    Noodlesthink 3 महीने पहले

    Bro u were my hero when I was a kid love u man 🙂❤️

  • Cnw#8701
    Cnw#8701 2 महीने पहले

    I miss my Uncle's snake, Mr. Strangles. He was a gentle giant. Thankfully, he was a Ball Python and not a viper, cobra, or mamba!

  • Beyond Skill
    Beyond Skill 2 महीने पहले

    can you do more of this its super cool maybe do a series like venom vs poison spider bites and stuff would be hella cool

  • Willy Weiss
    Willy Weiss 5 दिन पहले

    be a neat idea to see what happens under the microscope when bringing in the antivenom...

  • Rudebwoytroy
    Rudebwoytroy 3 महीने पहले +3

    if most of these snakes couldn't kill or hurt you, they'd be so cute lol

  • Arianna Gonzalez
    Arianna Gonzalez 3 महीने पहले +1

    Hi, I just discovered your vidos and they're really helpful. I have one suggestion though, can you tell us what state or country you are at in video you do? Like in the video where you showed a venomous moccasin and the nonvenomous water snake, I didn't know what country or state you were in. I would also like to know what city in what state you are in. I don't know if this is possible, but can you please try to do this?
    That would really help me know what country, state and what city in that state to stay clear of the venomous and dangerous animals in.

  • Samyam Girish
    Samyam Girish 3 महीने पहले

    Great video Coyote.. Love how brave ur

  • Sub zeros channel
    Sub zeros channel 3 महीने पहले +1

    Love your videos you have inspired me to be a zoologist

  • Tofy
    Tofy महीने पहले +1

    Damn i remember when this channel had 500k subs now im revisiting and it has almost 20m wowzers

  • Sara Rock
    Sara Rock 3 महीने पहले +1

    You may save my life one day I am a huge fan of snakes!

  • Sofia Fragaaraiza
    Sofia Fragaaraiza 10 दिन पहले

    When he said it's very liquidy got me dying 😭😭😂

  • LiL Weep
    LiL Weep 3 महीने पहले

    love the music but I find it a bit too loud and it kinda ruins the moment when your talking that could be just me., but I really like hearing his voice more it brings me into the video more when just him talking and the nature in the background besides that love the video and I only got 1:06 into the video so far.

  • Joshua Johnson
    Joshua Johnson 3 महीने पहले

    Awesome video! Keep up great work.

  • Christian Navarro
    Christian Navarro 3 महीने पहले

    More Carl and Mara, please! 🤓

  • TECH654
    TECH654 2 महीने पहले

    Miss u Coyote, Brave Wilderness on INclips isn’t the same again at all…

  • Bronwyn Wallace
    Bronwyn Wallace 3 महीने पहले

    I’d love to see you do an episode like this but with an inland taipan 🤞🏽🤞🏽

  • sultan haider
    sultan haider 3 महीने पहले +33

    cyote is most adventurous person in the universe

    • Limitfull
      Limitfull 3 महीने पहले +2

      NASA would like to know your location

  • J M
    J M 3 महीने पहले +18

    I am one of the few people who has been watching since the beginning in 2015 I was only 6years old then. Watching the first snapping turtle video. To 2022 and still the same. I say what Brave Wilderness does is Amazing my parents for seven years still say Coyote is crazy I say he does what he believes in...

  • I play paper io
    I play paper io 2 महीने पहले

    Watching his vids makes me appreciate that I am in the uk with damp wet weather lol