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Man Cuts Down Tree, That's When Things Go Terribly Wrong

Written by Ana Krneta
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Chickens are renowned for still running around, thanks to nerves, after they get their heads chopped off. Hence the saying ‘running around like a chicken with your head cut off.’ Even severed human heads have been known to blink after being cut off from the rest of the body.

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There is obviously something really disconcerting about an animated severed head, or headless body. A man that was cutting down some trees came across an animal that he accidently ended up slicing up. At first, he was stunned to see it and wasn't sure what it was.

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When he cut the tree down and the inside of the log was left exposed, he discovered a mutilated snake body inching out of the log. After accidently cutting it in half, the snake was still moving. It started to back itself out of the log, presumably quite rattled after it got chopped in half while it was just chilling inside of a tree.

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The guy freaked out when he realized what was going on. You can see the exposed area where the poor snake was cut clean through. You can’t help but feel sorry for the reptile.

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When he cut the tree down and the inside of the log was left exposed, he discovered a mutilated snake body inching out of the log. After accidently cutting it in half, the snake was still moving. It started to back itself out of the log, presumably quite rattled after it got chopped in half while it was just chilling inside of a tree.

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The guy freaked out when he realized what was going on. You can see the exposed area where the poor snake was cut clean through. You can’t help but feel sorry for the reptile.

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