National Geographic Documentary – Snake King Cobra – Wildlife Animal


National Geographic Documentary – Snake King Cobra – Wildlife
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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.


Date: August 8, 2019

28 thoughts on “National Geographic Documentary – Snake King Cobra – Wildlife Animal

  1. But the cobras skin..breed a lot of virus..that even a microscope cannot recognize… It leaves his virus into the air…that travel at speed of light…enter your food
    Slow deadliest kill like a comodo dragon do
    Deep in the sea where humans cannot reach..deadly virus and bacteria… will find their vectors and take revenge
    What you gonna do brothers and sisters …when nature's mania runs wild on you

  2. What we indians consider holy is indian cobra, which is different from king cobra. King cobra is not a true cobra species, its Ophiophagus hannah and its the only species of its kind.

  3. 12:27 those Indian men are fucking hott❤

    Oh yeah, and the snake is one of the coolest snakes ever. I love him. Don't call him beautiful, he's HANDSOME. His queen is the one who is beautiful. lol

    But why is this cut

  4. Powerful enough to kill a full grown elephant!
    And people say fear of snakes is "irrational."
    I think it's perfectly rational to be terrified of these animals.
    I'm not saying that people should kill them – all animals deserve to live undisturbed in their natural habitat and I think keeping them in captivity is extremely cruel.
    They are wild animals like lions and tigers, all of which should be left to live out their lives in the wild.
    Most tiger, lion and snake attacks happen in captivity when people choose to keep them as "pets" and ascribe human qualities and emotions to animals that are completely different from us and usually live as solitary individuals and don't feel affection towards even their own kind, nevermind humans.
    (I'm referring to snakes and even tigers, obviously lions are social animals but many have been known to kill and eat humans in the wild and in captivity because they need more than 2 square kilometers of territory and get extremely frustrated in very small enclosures, especially snakes which are usually kept in tanks which are too small for them to even stretch out to their full length and it stunts their growth and they have no stimulation or shelter or any way of changing their body temperature if they want to.)
    It's absurd to keep wild animals but it is estimated that there are now more captive tigers in the US alone than there are there are in the wild which is a recipe for disaster for both humans and animals.
    I have little sympathy for people who are killed or maimed by the animals that they mistreat and keep in small enclosures where they have no natural stimulation and often aren't fed properly and develop skin diseases and depression.

  5. Let that sink in: The most formidable snake on earth is endangered due to the inability of human beings to control their breeding. We are truly the disease of this beautiful world.

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