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  1. You forgot to mention that cobras are actually pretty chill: They rarely bite people and when they do they often don't inject venom at all (or very little, so you get the pain and the point).

  2. I once saw a king cobra in my summerhouse in Egypt and what happened next was unexpected it simply slithered away while I was walking away

  3. Venomous, not poisonous.

    Several species of snake feed primarily on other snakes.

    Phillipine cobras have nothing to do with king cobras.

    King Cobras aren't cobras at all, they are more similar to mambas.

    Please, actually take a LITTLE BIT of time to learn what you're speaking about. Otherwise you're just spreading a bunch of misinformation and nonsense. Facts will always out-weigh lazy assumptions. If you have a cellphone in your posession, there is no excuse for any of this. You have the vastness of all known facts at your fingertips, but are too lazy to take 10 minutes to learn any real facts about your topic.

  4. I was in Thailand. Even had to walk through quite a large terrain of fields on a pathway to get to a beach party and thankfully no snakes. I'm fact I wasn't even thinking there were snakes in Thailand until I saw this upload duh 😵‍💫👍

  5. King cobras aren't true cobras, the true cobras are the naja. There are several species of king cobra, too. They are commonly fed ball pythons when kept as captive snakes and are highly intelligent animals. Other snakes that will eat other snakes include (but not limited to): king snakes, eastern hognose, indigo, and racers.

  6. Komodo Dragons are NOT venomous; rather, their mouths are loaded with a tremendous cocktail of bacteria that scientists have yet to identify all of the strains. Komodo dragons choose to bite their prey, then wait to feast after it died a painful death from infection and begins to bloat. People have been known to survive a bite without medical treatment but it usually involves amputation of the limb that was bitten.

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