Is king cobras the king of snakes?
is king cobras the king cobra
King Cobras are snakes with something on their neck that spreads when they are angry or something. They are brown snakes.
King Cobras, Boa constrictors, Thai Cobras, Corn snakes, Mamushi,
NO! the cobras belong to the elapidae family which are a group of highly venomous snakes when the king snakes belong to the colubridae family a non venomous group The reason they are called king cobras is because they are the biggest of the venomous snakes and can kill a man in minutes between 15-120 mins.
king cobras do not have teeth they have fangs, not all snakes have fangs only some
They are snakes.
The term "cobra" may refer to any number of hooded, venomous snakes. The King Cobra is simply one of these snakes.
other cobras, milk snakes, sea snakes.
Yes they do
Normal cobras feed on rats, mice and other rodents. King cobras feed on snakes including cobras.
No. King Cobras eat smaller animals including snakes. They also eat animals such as rat snakes, Mangrove Snakes, sizable pythons, rats, lizards, rodents, etc.
Yes. There are snakes that diet consist of other snakes. King Cobras and king snakes are two of the most common.
Cleopatra was bitten in her wrist by king cobras
King Cobras eats smaller animals including snakes also such as Rat snakes,Mangrove Snakes,sizable pythons,rats,lizards,rodents etc The only predator it has is the mongoose and mankind.
No. Although king cobras do east other snakes they are not particularly picky. Few snakes are.
The primary diet of king cobras is other snakes. King cobras commonly eat both venomous and non-venomous snakes. They also occasionally eat birds, lizards, and rodents.
All snakes are vertebrates.
Like snakes idiots
no they eat rats and other snakes
one eyed snakes with cheese.
they r snakes
mainly other snakes
other baby snakes
King cobras are one of the largest species of snakes, and have the longest forked tongue. The king cobra does have the ability to camouflage into it's environment.
cobras do not have teeth they have FANGS. some snakes so not have fangs eg. the grass snake.
king cobras eat people and other snakes but mostly people and regular snakes eat mice
No. King cobras are very large, very venomous snakes. Their venom is very dangerous to humans.
Yes. They kill other snakes and eat them.
Nope - there are approximately 400 species of venomous snakes !
there are about 748 king cobras in the world that are left. King Cobra's eat other snakes and are also canabilistic which is why the female will desert her nest shortly before the baby cobras hatch
King Cobras eat other snakes, rat snakes, sizable pythons and other venomous snakes like karats, cobras and smaller members of its own species. Sometimes they even eat lizards, birds, and rodents.
No. King cobras only eat other snakes, not dogs.
Cobras are snakes, which are reptiles. All reptiles have scales, so, king cobras have dry, scaly skin.
yes for eample the king cobras eat smaller snakes for survival or threated
The King Cobra's main diet is other snakes including other King Cobras but they will also take rodents, small lizards and other small animals.
* Other snakes * Rats * Mice * Other Rodents
Rarely. They primarily feed on other snakes
They don't. Snakes don't care for their young.
No, snakes do not migrate. They are territorial, and stay in the same area.
Other snakes, lizards, birds, rats.
Snakes are carnivorous, they do not eat plants.
king cobras build their own nests
Altars made of other snakes' bones.
king cobras make nests for there young and most other dnakes dont or cant.
Humans, that's it. No other animal is dumb enough to mess with the King of Snakes.
King Cobras eat other snakes.