Little Girl Photobombed by DEADLY Creature

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The internet went crazy after a picture of a little girl being photobombed by a snake went viral.

According to the U.K. Express, Bianca Dickinson wanted to take some photos of her 2-year-old daughter at the end of her driveway in Victoria, Australia.

Bianca happily snapped some pictures, not realizing that a massive brown snake was slithering past her daughter at that very moment.

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Bianca spoke with Australia’s ABC and said she thought the snake was simply part of a tree. “I was looking through my camera lens and was looking at my daughter,” she explained.

“I saw something move in the corner of my eye and actually thought it was bark coming off the tree; yesterday in Victoria it was quite windy. I then looked up to see where the bark had gone.”

That’s when she realized it wasn’t bark. It was a huge, poisonous brown snake.

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“All my instincts wanted to run and pick her up and scream and run away,” the mom continued.

Take a look. Can you spot the snake?

RWC News Little Girl Photobombed by DEADLY Creature

In a Facebook post, Bianca wrote about the terrifying moment she noticed the snake next to her daughter. “OH MY Golly … snakes are on the move!!! I was out taking a photo of my daughter for Jodie @twinklestardesigns and thought I saw something move!” she wrote.

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“It’s really windy here so I thought it was a bit of bark flying from the tree. Looked up to see this massive brown had just passed my 2 year old. I can’t believe it didn’t touch her!!! Once I was home I checked my camera and found this shot.”

RWC News Little Girl Photobombed by DEADLY Creature

Bianca’s story went viral. The picture has 12,000 likes and over 10,000 shares.

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