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People in a small village in the southern India were enthralled by a rare display, as three snakes coiled and entwined in each other in a bizarre mating ritual.
Filmed on Monday in the village of Arasaradivandal, in Tamil Nadu state, the three reptiles can be seen swaying and tangling up in each other.
Serpents - Hole - Ground
The serpents eventually split apart and slither back into a hole in the ground behind them, one by one.
It is not mating per se, but a battle for a male to define his territory and eventually win over the female for the right to mate.
Atmosphere - Buzz - People - Twist - Trio
The atmosphere is palpable as the buzz of people reacted to each twist of the trio of snakes's bodies.
At one point the camera pans to show the hoards of people that were attracted to the peculiar scene.
Dozens - People - Pictures - Videos - Smartphones
Dozens of people crowded around and took pictures and videos on their smartphones and professional cameras.
A group of eight men even move closer to the hole the snakes retreated to, to get a closer look at the snakes which appear to be either...
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