Human Blood vs. Snake Venom!

Human Blood vs. Snake Venom!

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On this episode, get ready for PART TWO of our epic Venom vs. Blood adventure! Coyote and the crew are in DeLand, Florida at the Reptile Discovery Center, and after they’ve assisted with snake milking, Coyote is ready.. to mix his blood with SNAKE VENOM! What will happen when Coyote combines his own BLOOD with snake VENOM?! Watch now to find out!

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62 Responses

  1. SodaPop1 says:

    Coyote: admire these guys from a very safe distance

    Me: *already running for my life*

  2. Noah R says:

    Coyote: Pretends to be afraid of needles in order to relate more of his target demographic of children and to make them feel less afraid of the simple things in life.
    The comment section: “Haha Coyote you’re so silly. You’re not afraid of the most dangerous insects in the world but you’re afraid of needles?”
    Too cute.

  3. Fortnite Frenzy says:

    I think he is probable the most brave person ever made to be honest

  4. /SpliXer/ says:

    Coyote- “I am terrified of needles, but I can take a bite from a bullet ant and other bugs”.

    Me- “Wut”

  5. KingLitty Russell says:

    think about this coyote the needle is basically the nurse’s stinger

  6. AfRiCaN ToEs says:

    Coyote: “My name is Coyote Peterson and I’m about to enter the sting zone of a needle”

  7. Kenneth Williams says:

    If i were peterson after that: *A grown man crying on camera*

  8. Jonas Matthias says:

    I see the venom and 3 year old me is like “pee haha”

  9. Farhappy says:

    Extremely dangerous venomous snakes

    Them: *handle snakes with bare hands*

  10. Sheryl Bartolome says:

    No one:
    Literally no one:
    Not even your family:
    Not even grass:
    Not even aliens:
    The comments: yEt hE EnCoUnteRS SnAkes buT he Is aFrAiD Of A NEEDLE

  11. Sadiki Bey says:

    Coyote:snapping turtle ,lions eels frogs and more no biggie
    Needle: hello coyote
    Coyote:GET THAT THING AWAY FROM MEEE

  12. Smooth Meach says:

    Carl: “When you expose blood to oxygen it’s goin to begin to clot.”

    Lungs: 👀 👁👁 👀

  13. Kaizo Audio says:

    Anyone who says “Coyote, get bit by a venomous snake!” Is totally brain-dead.
    Also, nobody wearing gloves during the presentation portion is giving me a headache.

  14. Brave Wilderness says:

    To everyone commenting on my dramatic fear of needles/giving blood – yes I get squeamish around needles, not sure why, but I do. As for playing it up… yeah, obviously I played that scene up… its called entertainment guys. No it does not hurt to have blood drawn and questioning/ comparing it to stings and bites is ridiculous… stings and many of the bites I have taken are venomous, and honestly its the VENOM that hurts way more than the stingers or the actual bite. The opening to this episode is supposed to be fun, and entertaining… the science and the real purpose of this video is the venom vs blood test:) We will be repeating this experiment again, episodes to be produced and released later this year and I will certainly start the video by once again giving viles of blood… I guess we will see if I am any less uncomfortable;) Thanks for watching! – Coyote

    • Yin Tun says:

      Hai, 💙 u!

    • Aubrey Whaley says:

      Please don’t fight y’all

    • Tik Tok Queen of challenges says:

      That was crazy and cool but I u was going to die if u did get bitten

    • F says:

      It’s 100% okay to have a fear of needles. Whether it was dramatized or not, don’t sweat the criticisms. Some people will be outraged over literally anything. It’s cool that you made a statement for clarification though. I think the majority of the comments were just making memes / jokes about needles vs the various painful bites and stings you have endured. I think its mostly harmless fun, albeit at your expense 😉 . As a fan, just wanted to say keep doing you. There are way worse things you can do to offend people than being squeamish on video lmao. I doubt many people really had any problems with the video. 77k likes are proof of that.

    • Leo MarBel says:

      @Ray Manley however, tbf, even if he had no reaction and even saying that donating blood isn’t painful, he’s kind of the guy with balls of steel… Not really the best person to say needles aren’t painful.

  15. Abdulrahman Al Qaysi says:

    Coyote: I’m just going to put on my safety glasses
    Carl: *Pushes non safety glasses up on cue*

  16. Horác says:

    The worst thing about this is the fact that the snake’s poison has the same colour as mountain dew

  17. Aydin TPS says:

    “All those cell walls are being affected there” ummm excuse me sir. As far as I’m aware animal cells don’t have a cell wall…..

  18. Samsonite Kid says:

    Imagine your mother-in-law asking what your job is and you say: “I milk snakes”

  19. C481 says:

    coyote: i dont like needles D:
    me: GOOD HEAVENS IVE NOT THE ONLY ONE

  20. Attack_Jack_33 says:

    “I’m am drawing 8 viles of blood”

    Me: good luck with trying not to pass out

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