I'm not sure about the possum but the mongoose actually eats spitting cobras and other types of snake. The reason why the cobras venom doesn't affect the mongoose is because it has long and thick fur so that the venom stays on top of the skin and doesn't seep into the blood stream.
I don't know but you shouldlook it up
Spitting cobras are a type of snake. Like all snakes, they are carnivorous. A spitting cobra's prey includes small animals such as rodents.
Mongoose and birds of prey both eat king cobras.
a mongoose eats a king cobra so the cobra is the mongoose's prey.
Cobras are predators in some cases and prey in others. It is eaten by some animals such as the mongoose.
Spitting Cobras are well known for their ability to spit venom at their predators and prey.
The mongoose and birds of prey are the king cobras primary predator.
The Mongoose and the Honey Badger, and some raptors (by that I mean birds of prey). And as always, man.
They usually ignore cobras, they do not like to eat their meat. Mongooses attack snakes for self-defense. The mongoose does look at the cobra as prey, and will feed on them when they find them.
Some of them are known to because it serves as a warning to the prey/predator, some spitting snakes even have venom in their spit to blind others.
Cobras hunt by stalking their prey. Then these cobras will strike their prey and let them die before consuming them.
Generally a Cobra is a predator. However, they are preyed on by rare specialist predators like Mongoose and Alpha predators like Honey Badgers.
the cobras prey is a mice and a rat
The king cobra's only notable predator is the mongoose, which can hunt king cobras due to its immunity to the cobras neurotoxin. However, the king cobra's defense tactic of extending its hood, standing, and hissing a low hiss is usually successful in intimidating an attacking mongoose into leaving it alone, coupled with the fact that most of the mongoose's other prey is much easier to kill than a cobra.
Mongooses prey on cobras.
Cobras you energy by hunting there prey
yes it is a king cobra and they are venemous and they are named spitting king cobra so i would imagine they spit venom they spit the venom to blind the enemy or prey whatever it is for a sec to be offensive or just slither away
No. Cobras kill their prey with venom.
bite there prey and release venom in it
The spitting cobra can accurately hit a target over 10 feet (3 metres) away ! They only spit venom as a defence - normally they bite their prey.
A mongoose has many prey's such as road runners, bunnies, and more. There is a particular animal or should I say reptile that is a mongoose prey that is a strong snake... a king cobra.
Each type of snakes has a unique type to approach a predator. For example anacondas wait for their prey to come closer to then they will catch them. Spitting cobras will spit venom on its prey and kill them and so many techniques are there for each type of snakes.
Highly toxic. It's normal purpose is to be injected via the fangs into prey animals such as rodents. In defence, the venom is aimed at the eyes of potential attackers to enable the snake to escape.
Not at all. They prey on snakes!
While I don't honestly know too much about spitting cobras, I do know a fair bit about snakes in general and that when they spit/ hiss/ flatten their frill they are defending themselves so presumably they hunt like all other snakes; by sniffing and smelling their prey then poisoning it through their fangs.