Cara finished off by saying, “We found concentrating on golf quite difficult over the next few holes. I feel this was a once in a lifetime sighting. And so always make sure you have a camera on this golf course, there is always something exciting that can happen. I just wish I would have I had a better camera with me."
So what exactly were the two snakes doing?
While some speculate that the energetic writhing dance looks suspiciously like a mating ritual, it is in fact a territorial fight of sorts.
Traveller24 previous shared a similar video in 2015, which was also posted Latest Sightings' YouTube channel.
At the time, snake experts Shaun and Tracey Bodington from the Imhoff Snake Park near Kommetjie in the Western Cape explained that it is in "fact two two male black mambas fighting "as part of a territorial dispute possibly linked to a potential mate." Watch the video here.
While the video shows only the two males engaged in battle, the female is probably lurking around close by, Bodington explained at the time.
Despite being one of the deadliest snake species in the world, a fight between two black mambas would hardly ever end in death.
"It's a bit like a sumo wrestling match. A bit of pushing and shoving and eventually the one with the biggest push wins. The other one will then go off in its own direction. They will never engage in biting," Bodington says.
He adds that genetically it is always a good thing that the bigger and better snake wins the battle, keeping the gene pool strong.
While the mating ritual does look similar, it is apparently usually slightly more subdued.
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