17-month-old Charlotte Svillicic was playing in the backyard of her family's Australian home, the family’s Doberman pinscher, Khan, began to snarl. A king brown snake (the third most venomous kind in the world) was under the house. Khan tried to nudge the toddler away, but when she didn’t budge, the dog lifted the toddler by her diaper and tossed her several feet behind him, just as the snake lunged and bit his paw—instead of her. After receiving antivenin, the dog made a full recovery
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