At times like this, with the election looking, it’s important to take a step back and remember that there are other unrelated things going on in the world. Like packs of nearly-blind, ravenous snakes waiting in every crevice to lurch forth and devour you, an innocent hatchling whom knows nothing of the world, without a moment’s notice.
That’s the scenario a new born iguana finds itself in in this clip from the BBC’s new Planet Earth II. Born on the Galápagos Islands, the sweet baby who means no harm to anyone, finds itself beset upon on all sides by slithering legless beasts from hell. Will he make it to higher ground and survive? Or will he be sucked down into the pit of hell from whence he’ll never return? Watch and find out.
Amazing footage: a hatchling sea iguana makes a run for its life to the safety of the shore, but will it escape the runner snakes? pic.twitter.com/c9zIhyed4y
— Rob S⬅︎Silver Surfer (@RobPulseNews) November 6, 2016