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Answered 2011-08-12 20:02:45

At first a cobra will attempt to hide from an enemy, just like any other snake. If cornered a cobra will rear up and spread out its hood to make itself look bigger. If that doesn't work the cobra will bite and inject venom, which is extremely painful and often deadly. One group of cobras, called spitting cobras, will spray venom at enemies, aiming for the eyes to cause blindness.

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