Montana resident Michael Delaney had an idea to capture a pit of rattlesnakes with his GoPro camera. At first, there seemed to be nothing but innocuous trees and bushes.
Suddenly, a snake makes its presence known. If you think this is intense, you just wait.
Delaney's camera pushed in and revealed a crew of rattlesnakes hanging out and slithering together. We're OK with not being a member of this club.
Several snakes also hung out directly above the pit, in case you thought Delaney was safe anywhere while taking this footage.
One of the snakes lost its balance and fell into the pit. Luckily, it had a group of friends eager to offer their physical support.
These snakes are wiggling faster than the background dancers in a Shakira video. There's more sliding than a game of Chutes and Ladders. They're more cramped together than a freshman dorm room party.
Whether you land on heads or tails, this snake is vicious and ready to attack.
The GoPro is a lollipop, and that snake is about to go to town.
This snake is not ready for its close-up.
Did it learn that move from a celebrity avoiding TMZ?
The final bite flings Delaney's GoPro to the floor, placing it directly among the beasts he was examining from afar.
Was this snake a fan of The Blair Witch Project?
After getting plenty of inadvertent, Delaney grabbed a hockey stick and tried to poke his camera out of there. If this was a real game, those snakes would've gotten penalties for unnecessary roughness awhile ago.
Finally, Delaney gets the camera out of there, though not without some residue. As he wrote on his Facebook after taking the video, "Just got done cleaning the venom off my GoPro."
Check out the full video, but be warned: These rattlesnakes are hissed off.