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Would you share a bird hide with a snake

Would you share a bird hide with a snake
Published 10 January 2017 by Abraham Mouton under Wild Card Features Share this...

The Kruger National Park's most popular bird hide, Lake Panic, is famous for many reasons: for twitcher's paradise, while photographers and wildlife enthusiasts adore the spot as game is in abundance. But what to do when a venomous snake pays the hide a visit?

For Wild traveller Abraham Mouton spotting a snake in the iconic Kruger National Park is always a highlight. During his last excursion to Lake Panic bird hide - located on the S42 near Skukuza Rest Camp -  he was somewhat taken a back when a juvenile Mozambique spitting cobra made itself comfortable in the hide... To read more  Click here