During a field study in Macedonia last year scientist found this dead nose-horned viper (8 inches) had consumed this centipede (Scolopendra cingulate, 6 inches) but it greatly under-estimated its prey. Though it is not uncommon for snakes like this one to eat small mammals, lizards, birds and sometimes even centipedes; this centipede was a lot stronger. Scientist found that the snake was missing its visceral organs, which means the centipede destroyed them while trying to claw its way out. The entire volume of the snake’s body was occupied by the centipede.