The snake, a small-banded kukri (Oligodon fasciolatus), used a set of enlarged, curved teeth at the back of its jaws to make a slice the left side of the toad’s belly. The snake’s head swung from side to side as it made the incision, and then, slowly, plunged entirely inside the toad’s body and pulled out the unfortunate amphibian’s liver, heart, lung and stomach. According to new research published this month in the journal Herpetozoa, the snake then proceeded to eat the toad’s organs one by one
SNAKE EATS MY FINGERBy Obsi
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