Man Invents Snake Legs

A YouTuber who enjoys snakes has created a robotic exoskeleton suit that effectively gives snakes legs.

Allen Pan/Youtube

Snake With Legs?!

Allen Pan recently published a video in which he discussed how he was determined to see snakes walk on legs and expressed his sympathy for them because “they lost their legs” due to evolution.

The vlogger did however point out that very young snake embryos do in fact have legs, but that DNA defects that render them disabled prevent them from properly growing before birth.

Pan decided to create a brand-new, cutting-edge robotic suit to aid snakes in finding their missing legs in an effort to slightly halt evolution.

Pan phoned the Los Angeles Zoo to see if they might assist in getting the snake’s legs back. This strategy was swiftly abandoned when the individual learned that only a Zoom conversation with a zoo employee would cost him close to $2000.

Credits to Allen Pan

Is it Really Possible?

Even though it wasn’t the YouTuber’s birthday, Pan went to the trouble of calling a pet shop that hosted reptile parties! Anything for some complimentary birthday cake, I guess.

After several failed efforts, Pan finally succeeded in creating his bizarre exoskeleton outfit. He then got in touch with a local snake breeder in his area who goes by the Instagram handle @granddaddyherps1904. Less discussion about that is preferable.

But after meeting the snake breeder, Pan realized that he was simply a regular person who happened to have over 40 snakes in a single area of his warehouse.

Credits to Allen Pan/YouTube

Pan made the decision to get to know the snakes a little better before putting the robot suit on one of the pythons so that they would have his trust and there would be less chance of an accident once the suit was on.

Pan immediately discovered that an angry snake would typically coil up into an ‘S’ shape, making it nearly hard to put them into the suit after trying out a few of the snakes in the suit.

The snake enthusiast might make a sensible decision since a comfortable snake would “relax like a noodle.”

It was swiftly determined that the duo would choose the first applicant, a very calm female python who easily transitioned into the outfit.

The lizard moved quickly with her new artificial legs after she was seated properly in the suit, and the results were astounding.



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