Wildlife host faces backlash for letting 2-year-old handle giant snake 😲😳😳 (video)

Wildlife host faces backlash for letting 2-year-old handle giant snake 😲😳😳 (video)



Matt Wright, an Australian wildlife expert has faced a backlash after being accused of jeopardizing his son’s safety by allowing him handle a massive snake.



Wright who is famous for risking his life to relocate crocodiles and other dangerous critters on his National Geographic show “Outback Wrangler", had shared the video on Instagram with the caption "Learning the ropes."



The nerve-wracking footage shows Wright’s 2-year-old son Banjo on a lawn tugging the tail of what looks to be a massive Olive python, Australia’s second-largest snake with a maximum length of over 10 feet long.







At one point, the colossal constrictor, which is several times the boy’s size, tries to wrap itself around a wooden pillar, prompting Dad to urge Banjo to “pull him out.”



After yanking at the snake for several seconds, the bewildered tot runs towards Wright, who is standing by the snake’s head. The “award-winning tourism operator” instructs Banjo to return to the reptile’s tail while avoiding the serpent’s teeth.


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