Using snakes to catch rabbits

In this video Andrew Ucles teaches you how to perform rabbit hunting using his unique understanding of predator-prey relationships. Watch as Andrew collects 4 of Australia’s most venomous snakes and uses them to his advantage versus the wild European rabbit to capture one of the world’s hardest to catch vermin. This type of rabbit snare is unique as it requires patience to trap and catch small game, but nonetheless an effective method to capture small animals.

This  is a great metaphor for politics.


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  • johnbronkhorst

    So…According to Peter Jackson…….You are using union reps to catch rabbits (bunnies) other wise known as potential leftist (green/labour) MP’s….Snakes to catch rabbits.

  • PlanetOrphan

    What do Witches call it again ? , the reptilian brain ?
    Stupid smiles afterwards, bulging eyes , a giggle maybe.
    Those Ausie snakes move like lightning, compared to NZ geckos ?
    Our Rabbits are lazy eyed sloths compared to Aussie Rabbits ?
    (Nothing to worry about here m8)

    PS. That guy is Nuts M8!, I’ve seen snakes blur in front of my eyes they move so fast, sunbathing snakes beware M8!.

  • Steve (North Shore)

    Let the snakes loose in Parliment.
    Uma rapiti, uma rapiti, uma uma uma

  • Tom

    “I’m just waiting for a mate”

  • cows4me

    Didn’t know the ozzie mental health system had collapsed, letting them out over there to.

    • Gazzaw

      To use an old Aussie adage “He’s as mad as a cut snake”.

  • Travis Poulson

    Despite some of the dumb comments this is actually rather clever. Although someone should tell him it’s called a warren, not a “network”.

  • Never in the dark…..

    ever heard the term “it’s like, juggling snakes…”?

  • parorchestia

    To use this system here all we need to do is to introduce some snakes, and some mad Aussies.