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Snakes- Constricting and Venomous

A presi on SNAKES
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Eli Wood

on 27 January 2013

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Transcript of Snakes- Constricting and Venomous

Snakes Part 1: Venomous
Species 1:1- The cobras. Cobras are elapid snakes found mostly in India an Africa. They are one of the more well known species of venomous snakes.
The naja group of cobras are the typical cobras. The most typical is the Indian cobra. Indian Cobra (naja naja) The Indian, otherwise known as the Spectacled
Cobra, is a typical Cobra, as in what you think of when you hear "cobra." It is 6-8 feet long and has two circular ocelli patterns connected by a curved line on the back of its hood. 1:2 The Mambas. The Mambas are an african species of snake feared for their highly venomous bites. ThAfrican people
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