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Animals | March 28, 2022 12:46 AM | hangbony

Man in snake-proof suit to let anaconda eat him alive

For the show “Eaten Alive,” thirty-year-old filmmaker Paul Rosolie will don a custom-made “snake-proof” suit and then let himself be “eaten alive” by an anaconda.

For a TV show, the Discovery Channel will record a wildlife specialist in a snake-proof suit being eaten by a big anaconda. For the show “Eaten Alive,” thirty-year-old filmmaker Paul Rosolie will don a custom-made “snake-proof” suit and then let himself be “eaten alive” by an anaconda.

The show will be aired by Discovery in early December.

 

The stunt’s specifics are currently unknown, but according to Discovery’s advertising page, “naturalist and wildlife filmmaker Paul Rosolie enters the belly of an anaconda in a custom-built snake-proof outfit.”

 

This may be a CGI spectacle in the vein of Inner Space or a mechanical snake model, but that would be very disappointing, according to mirror.co.uk.

 

If the a.lleg.ation is true, there are many unsolved c.onc.erns concerning what makes a “snake-proof” suit and how such a garment would be evaluated, according to the report.

 

Fabric that protects a.gai.nst lesser snake b.ites can be purchased, but it will not protect a human from the great pressure of a big snake’s constriction.

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