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Animal Project

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tyson long

on 21 April 2010

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Animal Projects Gr. 6 Science Cobra King Cobra Arican Black Spitting Cobra Coral Snake Black Mamba Snake Krait Snake Warning Signal The Cobras warning signal is when they spread all their loose skin to their necks and make a hood. How it Strikes The Cobra strikes by backing its head, speads its hood, then opens its mouth wide, then snaps its head toward the predator and stabs it with its fixed fangs. How it Moves Cobras move with a wriggling motion, using the strong muscles that connect the skin to their ribs. Then it pushes against the ground. They put so much pressure on the ground it allows them to thrust forward. Hunting Skills Diet Cobras eat other snakes. The African Black Spitting Cobra spits venom aiming for the eyes to blind the predator instead of biting them. They spit venom only if the predator is within a couple feet of them or enraged or nervous. Size Cobras can get up to 5 meters long. Interesting Fact Did you know that the King Cobra is the biggest, most poisonous snake in the world? Its venom can kill an elephant in one bite. Bibliography Pictures http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/35/25035-004-e2dab67d.jpg http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_fvtcnir-xxa/rqbxb14gcri/aaaaaaaaaci/vjwvx31cqbo/s400/king-cobra-india.jpg http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/content/animals/images/reptiles/blackmamba_i_coiled.jpg http://www.coral-snake.com/images/western-coral-snake.jpg http://sarca.adu.org.za/images/woodi.jpg Information Barrett, Norman. Picture Library Snakes. London, New York, Sydney, Toronto: Great Britian, Franklin Watts Ltd, 1989 McCarthy, Colin. First Sight Poisonous Snakes. New York NY: Aladdin Books Ltd, 1987 Hancock, Pat. Poisonous Creatures. Toronto, Sydney, New York, London, Auckland: Scholastic Canada Ltd, 1993 By: Tyson Long
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