The king cobra, with its size, speed, and neurotoxic venom, is a force to be reckoned with. Join National Geographic Explorer Sandesh Kadur as he explains the preferred meal of “the snake that is a nightmare to other snakes.”
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With the ability to grow up to 18 feet long, the venomous king cobra can raise a third of its body and look a human in the eye. While that might sound impressive, what really makes these snakes king is their diet: other snakes.
The king cobra, with its size, speed, and neurotoxic venom, is a force to be reckoned with. Join National Geographic Explorer Sandesh Kadur as he explains the preferred meal of “the snake that is a nightmare to other snakes.” And if you happen to have a fear of snakes, take time to say thanks to the king cobra—it’ll eat those snakes for dinner.
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