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isaiah romano

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of THE KING COBRA

THE KING COBRA The King Cobra is one of the most venomous snakes in the world. King cobras are the only snakes who make nests for their babies on the ground. The venom of the King Cobra is not the strongest, but king cobras can inject so much venom in one bite that it can kill an elephant. King Cobras are the only snakes in the world who could actually shoot their venom. BY:Isaiah Romano Getting to know the King Cobra Environment King Cobras live mainly in the rain forests and plains of India, Southern China, Southeast Asia, and their coloring can vary greatly from region to region. They are comfortable in the trees, on land, and in water. King Cobras are found near streams, dense and open forests. King Cobras can live up to twenty years. Some King Cobras are endangered because of their skin. FOOD King Cobras eat rabbits, birds, fish, frogs, toads, lizards, eggs and chicks. Sometimes they eat spiders, pythons, and small mammals. Predators The King Cobras predators are mongoose snakes, hawks, eagles and humans. Sometimes humans would rip off the cobras long scaly skin and sell it to humans. Here is what the predators look like: , , 1:Cobras typically live 20 years old or more in the wild. Crazy Fact Well that's all for me. Hopefully you guys liked it and i will see you guys next time. :)
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