A large number of cobras are found in India, Africa, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. The mongoose gets distracted by a bird call, which gave the king cobra his chance. Domesticating them at a more advanced age makes it difficult for them to adjust to the new surroundings. Each of these species looks different; however, all of them feature a long body, a bushy tail, and short ears.
The body of the mongoose is capable of generating a glycoprotein that attaches itself to this active toxin.
The name cobra is derived from “cobra de capello,” a Portuguese word that means “hooded snake.” The number of cobra species in the world range between 28 and 270 based on the way the cobra is defined. The mongoose then drags the king cobra away. Why do wildebeests spend their whole lives migrating in a circle?