In Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, a pair of hikers captured the moment a mink crossed a road carrying a big snake in its mouth.
A mother and daughter were returning from a nature hike when they saw the uncommon mink cross the road, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).
The mink crossed the road again a few seconds later, but this time it was carrying a big snake in its mouth.
Hikers captured the moment on videotape.
According to the FWC, mink can eat small mammals such as fish, birds, and snakes.
Minks are a state-endangered species, according to wildlife officials, and sightings are uncommon.
Anyone who sees a mink or weasel should report it to the FWC.