How do you identify a cobra?
In respect to this, how do you identify an Indian cobra?
This cobra species can easily be identified by its relatively large and quite impressive hood, which it expands when threatened. This species has a head which is elliptical, depressed, and very slightly distinct from the neck. The snout is short and rounded with large nostrils.
Furthermore, how do I tell what kind of snake I have? Eye color, pupil shape, location on the face, and eye size should all be noted. These three identifiers: body length and width, head shape, and eye characteristics will narrow down the possibilities for species identification. Color is usually very helpful in determining the type of snake you have located.
One may also ask, what is the difference between a cobra and a king cobra?
Actually, some true cobras also eat snakes. The difference in diet is that King Cobras eat almost exclusively other snakes as adults in the wild. In terms of genetic relationships, the King Cobra is a separate genus (Ophiophagus) from the True Cobras of the genus Naja.
Does Indian cobra take revenge?
Snakes are revengeful. There is no scientific basis to this. A snake's brain is not developed to the extent of retaining memory. It is said that if you kill a snake, another (its mate) will follow you and take revenge.