It is left to bite by one of the most poisonous snakes

A scientist was left to bite by one of the most poisonous snakes: the end is incredible

Rattlesnake Snakes
Rattlesnake Snakes

In order to prove that he is completely immune to the venom of snakes, a North American scientist from Wisconsin carried out a risky experiment; He let himself be bitten by a black mamba, one of the most poisonous reptiles in Africa, whose poison is lethal.

Tim Friede, 39 years old, underwent this risky test and the result was surprising, because the bite for him was as it would have received a simple blow.

In the images that he uploaded to his YouTube channel “Wizard of Odd”, there are large boxes with different snakes inside. Friede looked for the Black Mamba and, although he tried to hold it carefully, he bit one of his fingers quickly. However, to carry out his study, he put his arm around her to bite him again.

After 20 years of living as a couple, his wife left him in 2016, when the scientist had gathered a large number of poisonous snakes in his own home, following up on his interest in demonstrating his immunity.

Despite dangerous experiments, man has the backing of the scientific community.

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