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  • A snake photobombed a New South Wales State Emergency Service video
  • Video was warning the public on the dangers of finding snakes in floodwaters
  • The snake can be seen slithering past before poking its head out of the water

By Peter Devlin For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 19:25 EDT, 20 March 2017 | Updated: 20:16 EDT, 20 March 2017

A snake has photobombed a State Emergency Service video warning the public on the dangers of finding the animals in floodwaters.

The video posted to New South Wales SES's Youtube account on Saturday shows a volunteer standing in the rain near floodwaters in Bellingen, in the state's north.

The woman was talking about the dangers of coming across snakes following a storm, when one slithered past.

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A snake (bottom right) photobombed a video as a State Emergency Service worker was warring the public on the dangers of finding the animals in floodwaters A snake (bottom right) photobombed a video as a State Emergency Service worker was warring the public on the dangers of finding the animals in floodwaters

A snake (bottom right) photobombed a video as a State Emergency Service worker was warring the public on the dangers of finding the animals in floodwaters

In the clip the snake can be seen slithering past, before stopping and poking its head out of the water  In the clip the snake can be seen slithering past, before stopping and poking its head out of the water 

In the clip the snake can be seen slithering past, before stopping and poking its head out of the water 

'Guys we're here talking about the dangers of floodwaters,' she said.

'We were literally just talking about snakes and look who showed up to the party.'

In the clip the snake can be seen slithering past, before stopping and poking its head out of the water.

'That thing's a big one,' the camera man exclaims.

'Yea it's about five-foot I reckon,' the woman replies.

Snakes can move in water but can become aggressive when forced to do so.

Snakes can move in water but can become aggressive when forced to do so  Snakes can move in water but can become aggressive when forced to do so 

Snakes can move in water but can become aggressive when forced to do so 

 


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