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At Hangzhou Zoo in Zhejiang province, eastern China, zookeepers witnessed an unusual sight after two live mice were placed in a snake’senclosureforsupper. Defying the natural order (snake eats mouse, mouse passively complies), this astonishing set of images shows what happens when one plucky rodent is unwilling to let a viper take his friend. According to the keeper, the second mouse usually hides while the snake devours his or her mate. But after dinner had started, the other mouse attacked the snake and bit him as it tried to killits friend. Whileit was too late to save him/her, the attacking mouse was given his freedom after the keeper felt he’d earned his right to live.

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by severum

submitted August 20th 2013

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Something tells me they're not mice
4 years ago
Maybe they're of mice and men and one's retarded?
4 years ago
ba-dum-ching....
4 years ago
Toxoplasma makes rodents fearless.
4 years ago
Zombie like state, incapable of self-preservation.
4 years ago
downvote for lazy copypasta description
4 years ago
You're too tough.
4 years ago
Stfu for lazy comment not using capitalization or punctuation.
4 years ago
stfu for explaining why you're stfu'ing people
4 years ago
Stfu for explaining why you stfued my explaining a stfu.
4 years ago
stfu for being a retard
4 years ago
Stfu for being a retarded white knight faggot.
4 years ago
This really never gets old
4 years ago
Hope they weren't in my garden.
4 years ago
These aren't mice.

These are the People's Communist Mice.
4 years ago
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