Two snakes found mating in a woman’s back garden


Two snakes were found mating in a woman’s house, unaware of onlookers.

The two Ptyas snakes were seen in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand on January 11 in a rubber plantation.

The owner of the farm, Benja, said that she and her granddaughter were going to cut the rubber trees when they saw the two snakes entwined.

Ptyas snakes are not poisonous so her granddaughter recorded the snakes in their intimate moment.

They were reproducing for ten minutes then abruptly left and went back into the wild.

Benja said she believes seeing the snakes was a good omen and hopes it will bring her good luck in the lottery.