A king cobra.
go straight to the hospital.
Spitting Cobra venom is extremely toxic. Certainly if it were to enter the eye it blinds. If it is ingested then it would be extremely serious,
The spitting cobra projects, or " spits " it's venom at it's prey, specifically at it's head or face to blind and kill it.
Assuming you mean 'spits venom' - the spitting cobra is the only species of snake that defends itself by spitting venom at its attacker.
A red spitting cobra is an animal that's spits venom in to enemy eyes to blind them. But if the venom get on your skin it will not do any thing or if it gets in your mouth it still wont kill you spitting cobras is an awesome animal that is venomous and dangerous.
Cobra Snakes are deadly their bite can kill very quickly and if a spitting cobra "spits" venom at you and it gets in your eyes or in an open wound then you may die. Although Cobras dont actually spit venom they simply use a gland above their fangs to release a drop of venom to the tip of the fang, They then rapidly exhale creating a gust of air and spraying the drops of venom… Read More
Some snakes like the spitting king cobra would however non venemous snakes like the corn snake (Elaphe Guttata) don't spit as they have no venom to spit at the enemy. When a snake spits it is shooting venom at the enemy.
the spitting cobra
Since the cobra already has a sack of the neuro-toxin/venom inside of it, it is immune to it's own kind of venom when another cobra strikes at a different cobra.
the cobra venom sits in the cobras head because it looks really big in its cheek.
Yes, because a king cobra is stronger then a rattle snake
The spitting cobra projects venom by forcing it out at high speed from its front fangs.
Cobra release such a high amount of venom which can kill two adult elephant in few minutes ......
Dinosaurs don't spit venom
cobra it has venom phython does not
poo bum venom
king cobra venom
well, the glands in the snake produce the venom, which goes to its saliva, then, it spits it out to its prey OR predators.
There are 370 microliters in a volume of 370 mm3 of cobra venom.
The King Cobras size alllows it to inject bigger quantities of venom, a Black Mambas venom may be more powerful but the King Cobra can kill up to five times faster than the Black Mamba. So because of its size and the amount of venom the King Cobra injects in a single bite the King Cobra doesn't need powerful venom. Single bite from a King Cobra can inject 6-7 ml of venom, single bite from… Read More
The cobras venom is used to prepare anti-venom which is very essential to save people who are bitten by other cobras.
because when you get bit by a cobra, the venom will shut down your entire nervous system and in order to do that, they need lots of venom
no it can not
An adaptation of a king cobra is their hood and venom.
Its venom is primarily a neurotoxin.
Spitting cobra, Horny Toads and Llamas.
The bite will hurt the cobra but the poison/venom wont
A cobra kills its prey by injecting venom.
No - the King cobra does not spit venom.
A cobra can deliver a lot more venom in its bite than a black widow can and comes into contact with more people in asia, so i would say the cobra is more dangerous. However the black widows venom is reported to be much more toxic than the venom of a cobra but a black widow cant deleiver much venom in its bite as its fangs are too small to usually inject the lethal amount… Read More
It spits out venom Cameron ramsay
2 to 3 mg of king cobra venom is enough to kill a adult human in minutes.
A Cobra has got a hood and it looks lik a snake. A Cobra is has venom and a eel doesn't
cobras venom helps treat most venom by turning it into anti-venom.
No, King Cobras cannot spit venom. Only spitting cobras can. they inject venom
yes, the Indian cobra is a spitting cobra NO the Indian Cobra is NOT a spitter, the Indian Cobra or speckled Cobra has a "standard" envenomation through biting and cannot spit venom.
Venom and fangs
It does not, that is the cobra.
by spraying venom then it eat it.
"Probably because they have a lot of venom" A king cobra is probally sly, and wise. Depending on the surroundings, a king cobra could blend in to it's surroundings. And yes, the venom is extremely poisonous. I'd probally have to say king cobra.
Both are potentially deadly to man butt the king cobra has vastly more venom to inject than a rattlesnake and its venom is more toxic.
Venom is a combination of complex proteins and enzymes, not chemicals.
10-20 feet depending on the size, health and strength of the cobra or king cobra!
All cobras are venomous snakes. The Egyptian Cobra is considered one of the most deadly due to it's aggressiveness and amount of venom it injects with a single bite.
Because the king cobra is a venomous snake, it uses its fangs to inject the venom into a prey. This venom, a neurotoxin, causes the prey's breathing and heartbeat to stop.
no way.. king cobra are the largest venomous snakes, they are specalised in preying on other snakes and are immune to the other snakes' venom. In addition to that all snakes have a transparent cover on their eyes so the spitter's venom wont blind the king cobra. in a battle b/w a king cobra and and the spitting cobra, king cobra will easily kill and devour the spitter...
it depends what venom it is like if its a cobra you will go blind
Yes. There is a snake called the spitting cobra. It sprays venom on its attackers face.