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A Queensland man has actually copped a barrage of criticism after his efforts to a video a current encounter with a snake while out treking left him bruised and damaged.

Joey Zayne stopped to video a python in the Behana Gorge in Cairns when it unexpectedly snapped.

VIEW THE VIDEO ABOVE: Queensland man bitten by snake as he attempts to movie it in Cairns.

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Zayne was walking at Behana Gorge at the weekend when he found the python in a tree.

“A beautiful snake just above the Behana,” he said to the video camera in a video he has actually because published to social networks.

But the python wasn’t keen on being on video camera.

The eight-foot reptile snapped, biting him on the face.

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Seconds later on, blood was gushing from the little bite marks.

Joey Zayne was shooting a snake in Cairns when it struck him and drew blood. Credit: Supplied

Zayne held a Tee shirts to his injury, informing the video camera blood was “pouring out” of it.

“It’s coming out really quickly,” he said.

“I’m feeling fine. It’s just crazy how much blood.”

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Zayne’s video of the experience has actually gotten lots of attention online, with almost 100 shares on Facebook.

The snake was found in the Behana Gorge in Cairns. Credit: Supplied

Snake handlers state individuals require to be watchful.

“If you see a snake, you know, just give him a wide berth,” David Walton from Cairns Snake Removals said.

The environment department echoed that caution.

It says, “if snakes feel threatened, they can become defensive”.

“Snakes do not attack or bite for no reason,” Walton said.

“They have to really feel the need to give a defensive response in a vulnerable situation.”

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