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Honey Badger V. Black Mamba: Who Will Win?

Honey Badger V. Black Mamba

By Lightbringer Published 2 months ago 3 min read
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In a fight between a honey badger and a black mamba, the honey badger will win. This is because Honey badgers are pretty fast and can avoid the black mamba's attacks. When the fight starts, both animals will attempt to land lethal blows. They are extremely aggressive.

The honey badger will hit the snake with its paws, and launch feints as it dances around it. All it takes is just one misstep by the snake for the honey badger to sever the mamba's head.

This result should come as no surprise. Honey badgers, after all, are one of the few predators that specifically seek out venomous snakes to eat. That isn't to say the honey badger shouldn't be cautious. While they will not die from a black mamba bite, they will frequently lose consciousness for several minutes afterwards.

While they may not die from a black mamba bite, they will often lose consciousness for minutes after envenomation. Their prey may sneak away or bite again. Thus, the honey badger must finish the black mamba before succumbing to the venom for a short time.

If local stories are to be believed, the honey badger regularly comes out of its daze and finishes off the black mamba. After all, the snake is probably used to most things dying from a single bite instead of coming back to life and attacking.

Honey Badger vs Black Mamba: Combat Skills

There’s no doubt about it, the Black mambas are very, very deadly. They are so deadly that their venom is able will kill creatures many times larger and bigger than them, so a lot of animals rightfully fear this snake.

This deadly snake is The able to lift upwards of 40% of its body off the ground before it will strike.What this means is that it can bite the head and neck of most animals it comes across, This will allow its venom to work even faster and quick. Also, these snakes don’t just give dry bites; they’re intention is always to kill their foes.

On the other hand, the Honey badgers use their size and tenacity to dominate their foes. They look for an opening, shoot in, and then go in for the kill. These mammals will claw their prey to soften them up before delivering a deadly bite with their sharp teeth and strong jaws.

What Kind of Animal Would Win a Fight with a Honey Badger?

Though we know how strong and persistent a honey badger is, there are other animals that will be able to beat them in a fight. One of such animal is a Lion. If they were to square off these beast, they would most likely see each other somewhere in sub-Saharan Africa. This would most likely take place in the continent’s eastern part since they both reside in the wild.

in spite of its fierceness, the honey badger would not stand up to a lion in a fair fight. Lions are too strong and too powerful. Their capability to land a great blow swipe or, even worse, a bone-crushing bite would be more than the weasel’s smaller body could handle. Even if the sharp teeth and claws of a lion did not penetrate a honey badger’s thick, leathery skin, the blunt force of either type of assault would break bones and damage internal organs.

Black mambas don’t go on the defensive often. Most animals steer clear of them out of fear for their lives. Thus, their threat display and speed are their defenses.

Honey badgers have more profound defenses. Their skin is thick but loose, allowing them to absorb damage from damaging blows, bites, and stings. Furthermore, they are highly resistant to most elapid snake venom, including the black mamba.

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