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100s Of Snakes Attack Baby Iguana And What Happens Next Is...

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100s Of Snakes Attack Baby Iguana And What Happens Next Is...
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Planet Earth was a popular television series broadcasted a decade back in 2006. Planet Earth II is a sequel produced by BBC One to the highly successful British television series. The first episode of Planet Earth II featured a huge penguin colony and a chill swimming sloth but 'survival of the fittest' scenario steals the show of the documentary.
David Attenborough's fan did something really interesting with the video of baby iguana attack by snakes. Read on! 

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Planet Earth II is hosted by English broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough. 

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The first episode of the British series was breathtaking.  

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack

It featured baby Iguana escaping from scary looking snakes. 

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack

The video of snake army killing baby Iguana shocked the viewers. 

Baby Iguana attack was nothing less than a horror movie.

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack

The clip was recorded on Fernandina Island of the Galápagos Islands. 

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack
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The newborn Iguana was seen running from their deadly predators.

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack

While Iguana succeeded in escaping the serpents, others were caught in their jaws. 

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack

A sports lover experimented by setting the video to NFL primetime music.

Sports Lover Set The Planet Earth II Baby Iguana Attack

Watch the video of baby Iguana attack with a different feel. 

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