When Mom Fails to Notice the Dangerous Snake in the Background

In a park in Victoria, Australia, tacee Carter, her boyfriend Jack, and their two kids, Ava and Isla, aged 16 months, were having fun.

 The group took a leisurely walk, with children running about and pausing every few minutes to snap pictures.

Jack, attempting to maintain his composure and avoid causing a fuss, pointed out a snake to the twins as they strolled along. 

Brown snakes are very dangerous since their bites may cause paralysis, excessive bleeding, and even death.

In fact, it's responsible for 60% of snake bite fatalities in Australia and ranks as the world's second-most dangerous snake.

Because snakes are both inquisitive and easily alarmed by loud noises.

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