Video Of Woodpecker Fighting Snake To Save Its Babies Goes Viral

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A video of a woodpecker battling with a snake to save its babies has gone viral on Twitter, proving that a mother can go to any extent to protect her babies.

Written By Vishal Tiwari | Mumbai | Updated On:
Video of woodpecker fighting snake to save its babies goes viral

A video of a woodpecker battling with a snake to save its babies is currently doing rounds on the internet. The video has taken over the internet with everyone talking about a mother's love. This harrowing video shows a woodpecker fighting with a snake to protect her babies. It was shared by Indian Forest Officer (IFS) Susanta Nanda, which proves that a mother can go to any extent to protect her babies.

Fearless woodpecker

The 27-second short video starts with the woodpecker attacking something in its nest. She’s pecking endlessly into her den which has been invaded by a hungry egg-eating snake. The woodpecker and the snake later gets into a fight, wherein, the reptile manages to get hold of the bird twice in the fight.

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The video spread like wildfire on Twitter, garnering over 10.2k views and more than 256 retweets, with people talking about mother's love. This clip proves that a mother can go to any extent to protect her children, no matter if its an animal. 
Twitter is flooded with comments. Have a look at it.

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