Wisconsin's Venomous Snakes Snakes play an important role as both predator and prey. Snake venom can kill but is also used to create life-saving medicines. Snakes prefer to avoid us and we should always avoid them. Wisconsin's native population includes venomous snakes! Snake identification is an invaluable survival skill. Learn about snakes so you may know how to distinguish friend from foe. MUSIC TITLE: Venomous WRITTEN BY: Doug McClaflin PERFORMED BY: DisBand PRODUCED, ARRANGED, EDITED, MIXED BY: Doug McClaflin (C) (P) 2016, All Rights Reserved. RELEASED BY: McClaflin Music ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE: 10 December 2016 Real World Survival Gear http://realworldsurvivalgear.com McClaflin Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFbATg0gHUtSybRUx-5-nkw © Real World Survival Gear 2017, All Rights Reserved.
Here is some footage i took while herping the bluffs of southern and western WI.
Eastern Hognose Snake in Central Wisconsin; http://www.Wisconsin-WI.com video by Billy Tyrcha sponsored by Landman Realty llc http://www.TheLandman.net 888-696-8695
SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj AN AMATEUR scientist can shockingly take back-to-back bites from the world’s deadliest snakes on purpose and claims to be making himself immune from their venom. Divorced Tim Friede, 37, has self-inflicted more than 160 bites in 16 years of research and is hoping his experiments will help to develop a human vaccine for snake bites.To prove his self-immunisation theory works, Tim from Wisconsin, USA, recently took back-to-back bites from two of the world’s deadliest snakes – a taipan and a black mamba whose bite can kill in minutes. Unsurprisingly, his obsession with saving the tens of thousands of lives lost every year to snakebites has nearly killed him on a number of occasions and also cost him his marriage. His wife Beth Friede, 35, divorced him in October after 20 years together when she finally had enough of Tim’s snake obsession. Despite the controversial nature of his experiments Tim does have some backing from the scientific community. Dr Brian Hanley, a PhD Microbiologist from the University of California, says a test suggests Tim now has twice the number of antibodies and hopes his company Butterfly Sciences will help him develop his vaccine and find investors to get it into the field. Videographer / Director: Ruaridh Connellan Producer: Dan Howlett, Nick Johnson Editor: Ian Phillips Barcroft TV: https://www.youtube.com/user/barcroftmedia/featured Barcroft Cars: https://www.youtube.com/user/BarcroftCars/featured Bear Grylls Adventure: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzcUNwS7mypzPhW4gsjO7og/featured For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: http://www.barcroft.tv/ Like BARCROFT TV on Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/BarcroftTV Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: https://www.Twitter.com/Barcroft_TV Check out more videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/barcroftmedia/videos
The Deadliest Black Mamba Snake Bites In History! Wisconsin resident and snake enthusiast Tim Friede allows himself to be bitten four times by the deadly black mamba snake. Snakes attack many people each year causing uncertain loss of life but how does Tim survive a bite that often kills victims within 20 minutes? For the past 16 years, Tim Friede has been boosted over 700 times with snake venom, including over 200 snake bits from live venomous snakes. Over the course of these boosts, he has developed a remarkable immunity to snakes that would be ordinarily lethal, including cobras, taipans, black mambas, diamondback rattlers, and many others. He is resistant to a genetically diverse panel of snakes spanning the Americas, Asia, Australia, Africa and Europe, indicating that he has affinity matured broadly neutralizing antibodies that can recognize and neutralize all snake venoms. Backed by Jacob Glanville who is a world expert in in high-throughput sequencing and antibody display bioengineering technologies capable of rapidly recovering the genetic instructions for antibodies developed from live immunizations. Research on his blood have identified extremely elevated IgG4 anti-sera against snake venoms and a generally elevated IgG. Tim's blood contains the instructions for a universal, fully human anti-venom. As seen on national geographic channel. *FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! * SUBSCRIBE TO THE WIZARD OF ODD► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqHazU9MlmVW366vMHYuoBg THE WIZARD OF ODD MERCH ► https://wizofodd.com/ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ►https://www.facebook.com/wizofodd/ FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/thewizofodd/ Contact email@example.com to book an act or license footage
I found this snake in the road in Northern Wi. After taking the video I moved it to a safe place. Watch it until the end for an awesome surprise.
Southwest Wisconsin spring 2015. Timber rattlesnakes filmed in the wild during their annual spring emergence. Matt found 15 individuals on this overcast cooler day.
Dog keeps trying to play with this snake.
My Jack Russell was chewing on this in the yard. All together it was about 5 feet long. No head or tail piece/section found. What kind of snake is this!? To date I've only seen little gardner snakes.
I have a crazy (some may say insane) fascination for reptiles and amphibians, but mainly for snakes. For two weeks out of the year, the Erie Water Snakes are more than abundant on the shores of Lake Erie and the Erie Islands. There is nothing I like better than to go catch them, admire them, and release them. People don't usually understand what I mean when I say my favorite thing to do in the world is to go catch snakes...so here is a taste of what I do! Just for the record....these are not venomous.