Giant Snake Kills Egyption Divers Photo - Internet/Facebook Rumour
Amazing Giant Snake Found in the Red Sea that killed 320 tourists and 125 Egyptian divers, has been killed by a professional team of elite Egyptian scientists and qualified divers.
Names of the scientists who participated in the process of catching the huge snake were: D. Karim Mohammed, d. Mohammed Sharif, d. Mr. Sea, d. Mahmoud students, d. Mazen Al-Rashidi.
And the names of the divers who participated in the process of catching the huge snake were: Ahmed leader, Abdullah Karim, fisherman Knight, Wael Mohammed, Mohammed Haridi, spears Alvajuma, Mahmoud Shafik, a full-Sharif. The Snake body has been transferred to in the Egypt morgue at Sharm El Sheikh international animal.
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The image above is circulating, to some extent, across the Internet and claims to show a giant snake found in the Red Sea. The messages also asserts before being captured by a team of elite Egyptian scientists the snake managed to kill 320 tourists and 125 Egyptian divers.
As far as absurd ridiculousness goes, this tale is certainly right up there, and the only reason this picture appears on our archive is because we have had more than 1 person query the authenticity of the image and attributed story.
Needless to say, both the image and story are complete nonsense. Firstly, if the story were true then of course it would go down as one of the biggest stories ever to hit the media, since the premise of this tale is something that could only realistically ever happen in the most silly of B-movie horror flicks (Anaconda and Jon Voight, anyone?)
Secondly on closer inspection of the image it appears the photo has been created by placing a normal sized snake on a toy model, most visibly given away by the obvious model soldier used in the second-from-top image.
So all you ophidophobes can breathe easily again if you did fall foul of this ruse. You’ll certainly never encounter a snake quite this large ever, other than in fiction.
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