अधिरात खतरनाक चंद्रनाग ने मचा तांडव, गाय की सूझबूझ ने बचाई परिवार की जान।Big agressive cobra rescued

Very Venomous Monocellate Cobra rescued from cowshed at night: Bhadrak, Odisha
The monocled cobra (Naja kaouthia) is a highly venomous snake species native to South Asia and Southeast Asia. These dangerous and potentially deadly snakes can be found in China, India, Vietnam, Nepal, and Cambodia, but also Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand.The species is also commonly referred to as the Monocellate cobra or Thai cobra and belongs to the family Elapidae.
The monocled cobra gets it common name from the O-shaped, or monocellate hood pattern present on the rear of its hood. It's distinct to that of the Indian cobra or spectacled cobra which has a "spectacle" pattern, formed by the two circular ocelli connected by a curved line.
Monocled cobras are medium-sized and heavy-bodied snakes with elongated cervical ribs that expand to form the typical hood when they feel threatened.​ Usually, these cobras prefer to flee, but if threatened they will raise their body, spread their hood and hiss loudly, and will eventually strike and bite to defend themselves.
Their highly toxic venom is considered one of the fastest acting snake venoms in the world and can cause death in just an hour after envenomation. Contrary to the Indian Cobra (N. naja) monocled cobras can deliver a bite in the very first attack making it even more dangerous.
Their bite causes localized swelling at the bite area but also the progressive paralysis of the nervous system which may lead respiratory paralysis and death due to asphyxia. The monocled cobra bite may also lead to tissue necrosis requiring surgical intervention.
They have a pair of fixed anterior fangs, that may reach more than 6mm, and are somewhat adapted for spitting.

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تعليقات: 274

  • Denise Ost
    Denise Ost28 أيام قبل

    Bonjour Mirza et toutes et tous, encore une mission à accomplir, sauvetage d ' animaux pour leur bien et celui des personnes autour , amitié à toi 🐞

  • manoj kumar
    manoj kumar21 أيام قبل

    Great rescue Mirja ji ...we need to save our animals and birds to protect our environment...great job !

  • Alberto Silva Brito
    Alberto Silva Brito14 أيام قبل

    Esse cara é muito corajoso.

  • Danny Osolo
    Danny Osolo21 أيام قبل

    Thanks Mirza sir for great and noble work you are doing !!! Ur fan from Africa

  • Jeff Smith
    Jeff Smith28 أيام قبل

    Well done Sir that snake was very lively . you are keeping the people and the snake safe

  • Alexander S
    Alexander S28 أيام قبل

    There's always a dangerous snake..Mirza Bhai is there to look after it..You are the best Sir in India..God bless

  • José Pereira
    José Pereira21 أيام قبل

    Virei fã do seu trabalho.

  • Rob
    Rob21 أيام قبل

    Mirza you are the champion snake catcher from India

  • nila chatterjee
    nila chatterjee28 أيام قبل

    Another great rescue Sir...

  • José Pereira
    José Pereira21 أيام قبل

    Já tô me inscrevendo no canal aqui de Pedro II no Piauí Brasil.

  • Dibas Roy
    Dibas Roy28 أيام قبل

    Very very Dangerous Cobra & Excellent Rescue👍 Mirza Sir

  • Jyoti Singh
    Jyoti Singh21 أيام قبل

    Amazing rescue 👏🏻well done

  • gloria aguilar
    gloria aguilar28 أيام قبل

    Good morning Mr.Mirza. 😍keep safe ALWAYS. 🙏🙏

  • Ravi Narayanan
    Ravi Narayanan21 أيام قبل

    You are such a fit person. God bless you with good health

  • José Pereira
    José Pereira21 أيام قبل

    Parabéns pelo lindo trabalho no resgate de serpentes.

  • humwatani
    humwatani21 أيام قبل

    Mirza sir is a very brave person who is an specialist in catching snakes. People shoot such venomous snakes because a cat will eat more rats in one night than a Cobra in a week. Some cats do kill snakes. So it is better to have a wild cat as a pet moving around the house doing its job. It is much safer that way .

  • Waldemar Korkuś
    Waldemar Korkuś28 أيام قبل

    Oh, the cobra was big and pissed off.🙁 How many were these attacks on you - I did not count, but many.🙁 It's good that two beings kept a cool head: you and that nice cow that in this cowshed, stoically chewing its food. 😁 Because the girls squeaked a little scared and one of the boys probably lost his flip-flops in a panic escape.😁 I wonder what I would lose, escaping from a fleeing snake - I think my head and who knows if my heart could withstand it.🙄🤣 Forgive the jokes, but this is because our Master finished his action with full success👍 and despite the late hour, he was also in a good mood. 🙂 Thanks, Mirza for this action and take care of yourself, Brother.🙏👍🤝🙂💓

  • Hare
    Hare28 أيام قبل

    Yes, the monocled cobra challenges the snake catcher. The catcher needs to have quick reflexes to get the job done. Good rescue.

  • Kamala Vedanthan
    Kamala Vedanthan28 أيام قبل

    I would like to see you do all the explanations after you pack the snake please. Stay safe. God bless you.

  • KK goldy
    KK goldy28 أيام قبل

    God bless you 🙏🙏