- Wright recently introduced his son to a two-meter-long snake.
- This was to teach Banjo how to deal with snakes.
- Banjo had no signs of fear when the giant snake was brought.
Lit Banjo is the son of Matt Wright, who has been capturing and moving wild reptiles into the wild for the past 20 years across northern Australia. Wright recently introduced his son to a two-meter-long snake. This was to teach Banjo how to interact with snakes.
Banjo had no signs of fear when the giant snake was brought to the lawn. Banjo also grabbed the snake’s tail and dragged it to the lawn. In the video, he hears his father say to Banjo, “Take him out of the snake and drag him to the lawn.” Be careful, the snake will bite you. But Banjo has no clue. The video is full of banjo jumping like he’s got a friend to play with.
Banjo and his new friend are now viral with over 3.7 lakh views on Instagram. Father Matt Wright owns a TV show. Giant crocodiles can be easily handled in the program ‘Monster Croc Ranger’. Matt is also trying to get his son Banjo to participate in the series soon.