The toddler poses for a photograph.
Gulf Today Report
A two-year-old Turkish girl in revenge attack killed a snake after the hissy reptile bit her at her garden in the eastern part of the country.
The reaction of girl was shocking. She was bitten by a poisonous snake, which she killed with her teeth in the province of Bingol, eastern Turkey.
The girl went out of her house to play in the garden, when she started screaming loudly because of the snake bite, according to the Turkish media.
The girl's scream drew the attention of the neighbours, who immediately rushed to the site, thinking that she was facing a great danger.
However, the situation shocked and stunned everyone. The girl bit the snake and killed it after it bit her in the face.
The neighbours provided the girl with first aid before rushing her to the hospital, where she was placed under medical observation. She is in good health.
The girl's father, Mehmet Ercan, said that he was at work when a snake bit his daughter, and that God saved her.
He added, "The neighbours told me that the snake was in my daughter's hand, and she was playing with it until it bit her, and then my daughter bit the snake as a reaction."
The father thanked the neighbours for their efforts in rescuing the daughter.
The doctors said that the mother and babies are doing fine.
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