जाल में फेस खतरनाक चंद्रनाग को प्यास से तड़पते देख का दिल दहल जायेगा।Thirsty Cobra in trapped in net

Big Venomous Monocled Cobra trapped in net for 6 days, rescued after locals information: 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: 1 053

  • Amper Sand
    Amper Sand

    Starting at

  • khadija Nair dias
    khadija Nair dias

    Parabéns por ter salvo a cobra

  • Carter Pochynok
    Carter Pochynok

    I think my favorite part as a reptile lover is watching this snake's body language go from straight-up defensive posturing and mock-strikes to being fully elongated and barely even hooding up by the end. Snakes only stretch their full bodies out when they're comfortable. If this snake still saw these guys as a threat, he/she would have done a whip strike as soon as they were free from the wire. Just goes to show that even solitary hunters can recognize a helping hand.

  • Cook With EveVoon
    Cook With EveVoon

    The man is correct on keeping the snake alive as nature needs a balanced life cycle of all creatures. Thanks for sharing.

  • Barbara
    Barbara21 أيام قبل

    Congratulations for saving this beautiful snake. God bless you! Respect and greetings from Italy. 👏🙏

  • Jerry Don Quixote
    Jerry Don Quixote

    You know I've taught to be an ethical Hunter and also this stupid mentality that all snakes have to be exterminated it's just ridiculous they serve their purpose too! Is really cool to see these men giving the snake a drink in the snake accepting that's the coolest interaction I've ever seen with a human and another creature! ❤

  • Shanker Nair
    Shanker Nair

    God bless you Mirza Saab for saving that poor snake.

  • Kamal Kadode
    Kamal Kadode

    Wonderful ❣️ saving lives ❤️

  • Sudha Karan
    Sudha Karan

    How thirsty the snake was!. Mirza Sir quenched its thirst and saved it. Thanks to the entire team.

  • Aldrin Menezes
    Aldrin Menezesأيام قبل

    It's a great vue to see snake been given water and how it responds to quench its thirst ...Mirza your videos are always filled with knowledge and understanding to the wildlife. Keep up the good work and do take good care of yourself

  • wolfdiver 71
    wolfdiver 71

    Hello Sir, thanks for this excellent rescue. I think this Cobra is one of your best friend. Very calm, not agressive, let's have a "drink", looking and "listen" to you. Take care and stay safe. Greetings from 🇬🇷🐍

    MD AITAZ14 أيام قبل

    this shows that each and every species has a pure soul

  • Om bhardwaj
    Om bhardwaj

    Great job bro !! You're doing good for the sake of reptiles 👍👍God bless you 🙌💐🕉️🕉️

  • Veronique Boulvard
    Veronique Boulvard

    Thank you for your compassion❤️ and your knowledge 🐍

  • Waldemar Korkuś
    Waldemar Korkuś

    How thirsty this snake was. And clearly exhausted from the struggle in this net. I think that was the reason why the snake's aggression was completely gone. Good thing there were people like this gentleman and he called you my friend.👍 Just in time.👍 Thanks, Mirza.🙏🤝🙂💓

  • Gene Dandy
    Gene Dandy4 ساعات قبل

    Amazing. The snake was so thankful to get rescued and for the water! 👍

  • S T
    S T

    Beautiful snake. Thanks for rescuing it!

  • Rob

    Do you travel all around India to rescue these beautiful cobra snakes. I live in Australia 🇦🇺 home to the deadly Inland Taipan and many other deadly poison snakes

  • Fernando Bitencourt Soares
    Fernando Bitencourt Soares


  • Ana Maria Dedone da Silva
    Ana Maria Dedone da Silva

    Parabéns por seu trabalho por salvar os animais criados por Deus o dono de tudo.