देखे गुस्सैल चंद्रनाग को दूध पिलाने की कोशिश में क्या हो गया,अदभुत।Very agressive Cobra hidden in 🏠

Angry Monocled Cobra hidden in house strikes randomly during rescue, Very agressive: 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: 57

  • Andrew Bechtel
    Andrew Bechtel

    It’s very noble and wise if Mirza to educate and that superstition, exorcism does NOT work …only hospital will save your life if your bit. You can see the frustration in Mirza face when the man says his brother didn’t go to hospital 🏥. Thank you Mirza for educating and for the rescue of the cobra 🐍

  • gloria aguilar
    gloria aguilar

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

  • Debbie Watkins
    Debbie Watkins

    Great golden monocled Kobra rescue ! Very angry & feisty it is ! Awesome video & always God bless you for all the rescues of these snakes all reptiles . Animals all too ! Peace out ✌️🙏🙏👍💙💚❤️💛🍀🌺🌸💐🇺🇸🇩🇪💕💐🐍🐍

  • Marsha Mercer
    Marsha Mercer

    You Sir.... are a hero to the people in these villages. You are my favorite of all of the snake ranglers. Please stay safe. You have a crowd of teenage loud boys. At least they quite down a little when you start to talk.

  • Maureen

    Very angry snake. Thank you Mirza for helping the people.

  • Katherine Gilmour
    Katherine Gilmour

    Hello & Good Morning Dr. Mirza 🌞 Wow, & Good 👍 Reaction! That was close & 😨 scary too. That cobra 🐍 isn't too happy about being touched is it? There's the bowl of milk so we'll see our good Dr. teaching people that snakes don't drink milk. I wonder how that superstition idea ever came to be accepted. Is it because cattle are deemed sacred? Is it 🐄 cow or 🐐 goat milk they set out?- I've always wondered about that. That's one big angry snake 🐍!

  • Hare

    It was good that this monocled cobra was taken away from people as soon as possible. It looked really aggressive and the bites could have come.

  • Emily the Lizard lover Nicholson
    Emily the Lizard lover Nicholson

    Ahhhhh!!!!! please watch out 😳😳😫😩.. always scary watching him just grab a deadly, pissed, hissing noodle 🐍with his hands ✋

  • Казбек Султанов
    Казбек Султанов

    Мирза, ты делаешь очень большое дело! Большой Респект тебя!👍👍👍👍

  • Ananth Babu
    Ananth Babu

    God bless you Sir 🙏🙏

  • Dan Sch
    Dan Sch

    The animal looks quite frustrated and stressed. I feel bad for it. I don’t understand the people being so exited and taking selfies. This is very dangerous and they should just not disturb the professional from doing his work. It’s just not very wise behavior.

  • Emily the Lizard lover Nicholson
    Emily the Lizard lover Nicholson

    Sorry but that just made me Laugh! at

  • Emily the Lizard lover Nicholson
    Emily the Lizard lover Nicholson

    🤣😂he doesn’t need to really tell them to leave. Whenever he has the cobra on his snake stick & nears the door they all run away 🏃🏻‍♂️🏃🏻‍♂️🏃🏻‍♂️. Wich is Good, so they won’t get snapped at & bit

  • mario guzzi
    mario guzzi

    Mr cool cool mizra bhai good job well done village people safe snake safe mirza bhai safe god bless you and your rescue team mirza bhai jai hind jai bharat 👍

  • Nilo Alvarez
    Nilo Alvarez

    Idol Mirza ang galing mo talagang manghuli ng mababangis n ahas, Sana pagpalain ka.

  • Munna snake rescuer Sarwar Khan
    Munna snake rescuer Sarwar Khan

    Be careful chicha 👍👍

  • Shihabudeen Padikkal
    Shihabudeen Padikkal

    Aap bahuth himmath valahe 👍👍💪💪🙏🙏

  • Denise Ost
    Denise Ost

    Bonjour Mirza et toutes et tous, comment est il rentré là ? amitié 🐞

  • M S K
    M S K

    The snake was very aggressive and people were idiots.

  • sundar sampath
    sundar sampath

    Mirza Bhai .till you release them in forest..what will the cobra snake eat or how do you feed them...