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Naja naja
Naja naja
Spectacled Cobra / Indian Cobra
Photographer: Akash Meshram

ID: 0000 0000 1111 1117 (2011-11-13)

Copyright © 2011 Akash Meshram

  • date of photo  Apr 12, 2011
  • this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected
  • photo location   Farm
  • animal's place of origin   Bramhapuri, Distt- Chandrapur, State- Maharashtra, India (India)
  • family Elapidae
  • order Squamata
  • class Reptilia
  • habitat  Commonly Afraid to persons but at the time of risk it becomes Fearless. Spread there Hood bones and show it is danger
  • notes   Common Colour dark Brown, black, Yellowish white. Medium size. shiny scales.uncommon hood Spectacled mark on back side. There are several hood Mark. some cobra hiving no hood mark. White colour like net show among scales. only snake who can spread there hood large. Neurotoxic venom which attack on nervous system of man.
  • keywords: Save snakes
  • camera   Nikon
  • photo category: Animal - Reptile

  • common names   Spectacled Cobra / Indian Cobra (photographer)
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