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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 2.0

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jake heyob

on 8 September 2012

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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi "Cobra" refers to any species of venomous snakes belonging to the family Elapidae.

They live in hot places like Asia and Africa because they are cold blooded.
A cobras diet consists of rodents, small birds, toads, lizards, and snakes.
Predators of the cobra are vultures, eagles, humans, and mongooses.
The top of their head is called the hood, and cobras use it to scare away predators.
Their sense of smell comes from a special organ on the top of their mouth. Cobras have enough venom in one bite to kill an elephant.
The largest cobra snake, the King Kobra, has an average length of 12 feet Cobras British Colonial Rule of India Englishman born in Bombay, India in 1865
In his spare time he wrote many poems and short stories.
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi was written in 1895. This was one of Kipling's less known stories at the time.
He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907.
He is best known for writing the extremely popular The Jungle Book. About the Author A mongoose is a carnivorous cat-sized mammal that is found in south Africa and Asia. The natural enemy of the mongoose is any snake, but mainly the cobra. If the two meet, the mongoose usually wins.
Other enemies of the mongoose in the animal kingdom are wild dogs and large birds like eagles and hawks. Enemies of the mongoose outside the animal kingdom are humans. Natural Enemies of the Mongoose Background information collected by:
Radu, Jake, Tyler, Alex, John, Jacob,
Caroline, Delaney, Stone, and Garrett Classic Monster-Slaying Legends The Were-Wolf Jack and the Bean Stalk David and Goliath The story of the werewolf takes place in Germany. It is as follows: A poor farmer has been hearing a lot of stories. One in particular makes him worried: A story about a man in the forest that turns into a horrible wolf-like creature in the full moon. So he goes off into the forest to try to find this creature. He finds it, and fights. In the end, he ends up killing the beast with a bullet from his gun. He returns to his village as a hero. The story of jack and the beanstalk is as follows: A poor boy is out with the family's cow, when a stranger comes by. The stranger is an old man who is offering to buy the cow for some "Magic Beans", and the boy accepts. When he gets home, he plants the beans and they grow into a giant beanstalk. He climbs up to the clouds, and sees the land of the giants. One starts chasing him, and Jack climbs back down, where he chops
down the beanstalk. The giant
falls to his death. Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling Happened between 1858 and 1947
British came to India to break monopoly of Dutch spice trade.
British started to make policies and rules that were disliked by many.
The Indians successfully revolted against the British East India Company. the tension between the indian people and the british inspired the author through an analogy to the fight between the mongoose and cobra.
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