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    In the wild, snakes usually hunt rats; however, the video below proves that the opposite can prove to be true.

    The unusual behavior of a rat fighting with a snake was caught on camera in the south-east Chinese province of Guangdong. The rat bit the reptile, which was several times as big as the rodent, in the head.

    The struggle ended up with the rat winning; he proceeded to drag the defeated snake in the bushes. It is unknown whether the snake was poisonous.

     

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