Very rare CAPE COBRA RESCUE :Tampada, chudakuti,Bhadrak,Odisha,India

This is one of the rare snake we have rescued,almost bite by It.
Full Name: Cape Cobra (Naja nivea)
Family: Elapidae
Other Names: Geelslang; Kaapse Kobra, Koperkapel, Bruinkapel
Classification: VERY DANGEROUS
Care Level: Advanced
The Cape cobra (Naja nivea), also called the yellow cobra is a moderate-sized, highly venomous species of cobra inhabiting a wide variety of biomes across southern Africa including arid savanna, fynbos, bushveld, desert and semi-desert regions. The species is diurnal and is a feeding generalist, preying on a number of different species and carrion. Predators of this species include birds of prey, honey badgers and various species of mongoose. The Cape cobra is also known as the "geelslang" (yellow snake) and "bruinkapel" (brown cobra) in South Africa. Afrikaans speaking South Africans also refer to the Cape cobra as "koperkapel" ("copper cobra"), mainly because of a rich yellow colour variation. This species has no known subspecies.
The Cape cobra is regarded as one of the most dangerous species of cobra in all of Africa, by virtue of its potent venom and frequent occurrence around houses. The venom of this snake tends to be thick and syrupy in consistency and dries into shiny pale flakes, not unlike yellow sugar.
The Cape cobras venom is made up of potent postsynaptic neurotoxins and might also contain cardiotoxins, that affect the respiratory system, nervous system, and the heart.
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تعليقات: 3 045

  • Md sami Yusuf Ansari
    Md sami Yusuf Ansari2 سنوات قبل

    Any one have any suggestions about this snake please comment.

  • The realtarot 1123
    The realtarot 1123

    This is the first time I saw a cobra of this color and it's beautiful. So glad you were able to relocate him/her. Well done as usual.

  • Amir J
    Amir Jسنوات قبل

    You’re a brave and skilled snake catcher. Excellent work!

  • Vijayashree S
    Vijayashree Sسنوات قبل

    My God!! He was aggressive, unpredictable. You handled very carefully and helped out the people. Great, tough and talented rescue. Awesome species. Thank you. 😍😍🙏🙏

  • Marcia Moreira
    Marcia Moreiraسنوات قبل

    Queria a tradução,adora este resgate.

  • reinilda felix
    reinilda felixسنوات قبل

    Muito linda a naja!❤️

  • Boon Keng Ong
    Boon Keng Ongسنوات قبل

    Salam Mirza Bhai ,

  • tuhin sengupta
    tuhin senguptaسنوات قبل

    I met a similar snake while going through bushes..I too was surprised as it lacked the distinctive mark on hood. In Bengal it is known as Dudhe Khoris, the milky cobra. I never dreamt it might be related to the Cape Cobra

  • Vox in Tenebris
    Vox in Tenebris2 سنوات قبل

    A rare snake to see. Had this Cape Cobra come from illegal breeding or do they just come in though shipped goods? Glad to see that the cobra didn't harm you, you need those skateboarding knee protectors. There was a big difference in the crowd here, they all seemed really interested in seeing the snake - despite being wary of it. Well done, thanks for sharing and take care!

  • Anil Dhiman
    Anil Dhimanسنوات قبل

    I have never seen this wonderful snake till date. Most of the time a snake tries to escape, but it 's only going to attack you back... This is so beautiful. You have to keep that with you.

  • Chandra Sekhar M
    Chandra Sekhar M

    May be someone have brought this snake from Africa to India to make R&D on it's habitants or to check how it adopts new geographic location like India and also to check whether it is capable of matting with Indian cobra to produce hybrid offsprings.

  • 58underground
    58underground2 سنوات قبل

    Great rescue sir. Very beautiful snake. I didn't realize there were Cape Cobras in India. Please keep up the good work and stay safe. Enjoy your videos and rescues.

  • vrendus522
    vrendus522سنوات قبل

    Very nicely done. Entertainment for the local folks. Thank you

  • Lori Pitas
    Lori Pitas2 سنوات قبل

    Wow, that is the most beautiful cobras I've ever seen. You make it look easy, but I know it's not. And thank you for the English subtitles

  • Givonaldo Jose
    Givonaldo Jose2 سنوات قبل

    Linda! Que cobra linda!!! E que trabalho bem feito!!! Parabéns! Congratulations!!! 👏👏👏👏😷😷😷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷 Givonaldo from Brazil. Wonderful!!

  • Fun
    Funسنوات قبل

    Its normal for some cobras to not have their signature ring/s on the hood due to some genetic issues. This one doesnt look like a Cape cobra. Cape cobras have a longer hood. The only 3 types of Cobras found in India are Spectacled, monocled and the King.

  • Maria Moura
    Maria Mouraسنوات قبل

    Ela é assustadoramente fascinante!!!

  • Sambit Singh
    Sambit Singh

    Professional rescue as always...but humbly state that this is certainly not Cape cobra...Naja nivea is endemic to African continent's color varies from golden yellow to coffee brown shades depending on the region of Africa...this particular one is an albino version or a non marked monocled cobra just like we find non marked spectacled cobra in parts of Rajasthan & Gujarat...

  • bethoneybee
    bethoneybeeسنوات قبل

    God bless you, protecting both the humans AND the snakes!

  • Abhisek Swain-174
    Abhisek Swain-1742 سنوات قبل

    It's too much risky . Cape cobra is one of the dangerous and venomous snake in the world. Many of these cobras are found in Bhadrak district due to moist climate or humid climate and soil of Bhadrak has enormous power of water holding capacity . The soil remains moisture and therefore indian cobras, monocled cobra , Cape cobra, banded Krait , common Krait, Russel viper and many others are mainly or you can say exclusively found in Bhadrak district . I am waiting for Black mamba rescue Mirza sir. If Black mamba will be found in Bhadrak then the Bhadrak will be known as snake prone district or snake city of odisha . Mirza sir you are absolutely beauty and glorious. Black mamba : the no.1 venomous snake in the world. I follow this AReye channel 👌 bcoz it helps in study about snake in odisha . I am doing research about snakes in odisha . Mirza bhai you are fabulous .