National Geographic Documentary – Snake King Cobra – Wildlife
Animal national geographic amazing animals
national geographic animals
national geographic bee
national geographic documentary
national geographic lions
national geographic sharks
national geographic wild
biggest snake king cobra
biggest snake king cobra in thailand
black king cobra snake
jake the snake king cobra
king cobra big snake
king cobra bites snake expert
king cobra eating another snake
king cobra eating snake
king cobra hunting snake
king cobra kills snake
king cobra king snake
king cobra pet snake
king cobra snake charmer
king cobra snake documentary
king cobra snake eat snake
king cobra snake show
king cobra vs coral snake
king cobra vs indigo snake
king cobra vs king snake
king cobra vs python snake
king cobra vs python snake singapore
king cobra vs rat snake
king cobra vs rattlesnake
king cobra vs sea snake
king cobra vs tiger snake
king cobra vs viper snake fight
king cobra vs water snake
snake bytes tv king cobra
snake king cobra
snake king cobra attack
snake king cobra bites
snake king cobra fight
snake king cobra hd wallpaper
snake king cobra images
snake king cobra photos
snake king cobra picture
snake king cobra video
snake king cobra-national geographic
snake master episode king cobra
snakemaster king cobra
white king cobra snake
world biggest king cobra snake
world biggest snake king cobra
The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is a species of venomous snake in the family Elapidae. The species is endemic to Asia, and is found predominantly in forests from India through Southeast Asia. This species is the world’s longest venomous snake, with a maximum length (including tail) of 18.5 to 18.8 ft (5.6 to 5.7 m).[2] Despite the word “cobra” in its common name, this snake is not a member of the Naja genus (the “true cobras”), which contains most cobra species, but the sole member of its own genus. It preys chiefly on other snakes and occasionally on some other vertebrates, such as lizards and rodents. The king cobra is a dangerous snake that has a fearsome reputation in its range,[3][4][5] although it typically avoids confrontation with humans when possible.

source

17 COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here