On this episode, get ready to enter the... MILK ZONE?! The ULTIMATE snake venom milking comparison -- The King Cobra vs the Gaboon Viper! A first for Coyote - will these two deadly snakes be successfully milked? Not only are we able to witness the sheer size and lethality of the snake eater itself, but we also captured an exclusive look at the world's LARGEST viper. Tune in to watch Coyote and the Reptile Discovery Center save lives as they handle these dangerous reptiles! Special thanks to our friend, microbiologist Dr. Hunter Hines for assisting us on this adventure! Follow him on Instagram: http://bit.ly/IGhunterhines Big thank you to the Reptile Discovery Center and owner Carl Barden and Mara for having us! Planning a visit to DeLand, Florida? Visit the Reptile Discovery Center! Head to their website for more information: http://www.reptilediscoverycenter.com SUBSCRIBE NOW - http://bit.ly/BWchannel Be Brave and STAY WILD in our Brave Wilderness merch! Shop now - http://bit.ly/SHOPBW Join the Brave Crew and become an official member of our club - http://bit.ly/bravecrewofficial The Brave Wilderness Channel is your one stop connection to a wild world of adventure and up-close animal encounters. SUBSCRIBE NOW and join the crew that brings you closer to the most beloved, bizarre and misunderstood creatures on Earth! Join our Discord! - https://bit.ly/joinbravediscord See what Coyote is up to: Coyote Peterson in Instagram: https://instagram.com/COYOTEPETERSON Coyote Peterson on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/COYOTEPETERSON PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REENACT OR RECREATE ANY EVENTS OR SCENES FROM OUR VIDEOS. THE ANIMALS, INSECTS, PLANT LIFE, AND TERRAIN FEATURED IN OUR VIDEOS CAN BE DANGEROUS AND CAN POSE A SIGNIFICANT RISK OF INJURY OR DEATH. The Brave Wilderness hosts and crew are professionally trained and routinely receive assistance from wildlife experts, guides, and safety personnel when filming to ensure the safety of our crew and all wildlife. No animals were harmed or removed from their natural habitat while making this video. Brave Wilderness has obtained permission to film in each location featured in this video.