Frequent question: Is Philippine cobra venomous?

The Philippine cobra (Naja philippinensis) also called philippine spitting cobra or northern Philippine cobra, is a stocky, highly venomous species of spitting cobra native to the northern regions of the Philippines.

Can a cobra bite kill you?

If a cobra bites you, you can die from paralysis of the heart and lungs very quickly after the bite.

Which snake can kill king cobra?

At some point during this incredibly dangerous fight, the python was bitten by the ultra-venomous king cobra. Yet, the reticulated python – the world’s longest and heaviest snake – remained constricted around the king cobra and killed the cobra while too being dead.

Which snake has no anti-venom?

This includes various types of cobras, kraits, saw-scaled vipers, sea snakes, and pit vipers for which there are no commercially available anti-venom.

Who would win black mamba or king cobra?

They are snakes and more to the interest, they are venomous snakes in Africa. When a fight takes place between a green mamba and a black mamba, the black mamba of course wins the fight. The fight among these two snakes is rare however in the face to face fight, king cobra will beat black mamba.

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