बेहद खतरनाक चंद्रनाग ऐसा हैरतअंगेज कारनामा पहले कभी नहीं देखा! Angry Monocled Cobra rescue at night

Very Venomous Monocellate Cobra rescued: 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: 37

  • Debbie Watkins
    Debbie Watkins14 أيام قبل

    Poor monocled Kobra lost its dinner ! Glad you rescued it before it was harmed or someone got bit ! Awesome video & rescue of this animal ! God always bless & keep you from any harm mirza ! Peace out ✌️🙏🙏👍💙💚❤️💛🍀🌺🌸🇺🇸🇩🇪💕💕🙏🙏👍👍🐍🐍💕💕

    АДЕЛЬ ВАЦАЕВА 🇷🇺14 أيام قبل

    Люблю смотреть на змей!!! 🐍🤗 Но боюсь их ужасно и очень рада, что в Сибири их нет!!! Мирза очень смелый и добрый человек!!! 👍👍👍

  • KiCa
    KiCa14 أيام قبل

    What a beauty! Those people could care less what you have to say🤔 stay safe out there....

  • susant panda
    susant panda14 أيام قبل

    What a big monocold cobra. Great rescue.

  • Laura James
    Laura James14 أيام قبل

    Great rescue hopefully the snake will find his meal in his new location

  • V A
    V A14 أيام قبل

    Jai jagannath for catching a snake? Wow! 😂

  • nila chatterjee
    nila chatterjee14 أيام قبل

    What a huge snake....I am really grateful to you Sir , you are saving mother nature...

  • You all think you know
    You all think you know14 أيام قبل

    Great video as always. Please keep safe and sending you message about snake myths.

  • Ananth Babu
    Ananth Babu14 أيام قبل

    God bless you Sir 🙏🙏

  • Denise Ost
    Denise Ost14 أيام قبل

    Bonjour Mirza et toutes et tous, il fait nuit , encore ou déjà ? Oh autant chercher une aiguille dans une botte de fions comme on dit chez nous , mais le voilà heureusement que tu sais faire , et les morsures tu connais aussi , merci pour cette intéressante vidéo, amitié 🐞

  • Waldemar Korkuś
    Waldemar Korkuś14 أيام قبل

    It cannot be denied that the cobra posed beautifully for photos.👍 And one more thing, the giant cobra has swallowed a large frog. I wonder how long it would take to digest this "morsel"? And why is that cobra so avoiding your sack, friend? I wonder if it would have crawled into the red bag more willingly?😁 But that's just my unconfirmed theory.😁 Thanks for this night action, Mirza.🙏👍🤝🙂💓

  • Bharat Lakhani
    Bharat Lakhani14 أيام قبل

    Aap bahut Achcha Karya karte ho bhaiya ji👉🏾♥️♥️god bless you👍

  • Leslie DSouza
    Leslie DSouza14 أيام قبل

    So poor & difficult conditions, living with dangerous snakes... Life or death...

  • Zia Bhatti
    Zia Bhatti14 أيام قبل

    Good work Mirza Sahb

  • Snake Rescue Squad
    Snake Rescue Squad14 أيام قبل

    Good job❤😊

  • Dinesh Kumar Pradhan
    Dinesh Kumar Pradhan14 أيام قبل

    Mirza sir best snake rescue

  • Shashanka Kiran Pal
    Shashanka Kiran Pal14 أيام قبل

    Great work

  • Athkuri Sailu
    Athkuri Sailu14 أيام قبل

    Super rescue sir

  • Robin Hollingbury
    Robin Hollingbury14 أيام قبل

    I applaud your sentiments in saving the lives of snakes, 'WERE THEY AN ENDANGERED SPECIES', they are not, and what you ARE doing is putting the lives of poisonous snakes BEFORE consideration for the LIVES OF THE PEOPLE the snakes kill. How would you feel if your son or daughter were to die a terribly painful death due to being bitten by one of the snakes you save? You are a man of compassion and humanity so in the eyes of God who made all creatures human and animal do you believe in your heart that what you are doing is right. I can't see it, if just one of the snakes you save bites and kills a child tomorrow, will your conscience be clear? I don't think it can be.

  • Anchal Vlogs
    Anchal Vlogs14 أيام قبل

    Saamp pakda Mirza ne