The cobra (scientific name: Ophiophagus hannah) is the largest venomous snake in the family Viper. They are distributed in Southeast Asia and can reach a length of up to 5 meters.
Cobras are usually brown or green with dark brown stripes or spots on their backs. They have a large, triangular head and have poisonous teeth up to 1.8 cm long. Cobras are notorious predators, they eat a variety of animals such as rodents, wild animals and other snakes.
Seeing the cobra raise its head, continuously pecking towards her, the mother hen immediately drove the cubs away and responded with a blow.
Discovering that the mother hen and her chicks were wandering around looking for food, the cobra came slowly. Despite being quite scared, the mother hen did not run away but decided to confront the enemy.
When approaching the prey, the venomous snake aggressively raised its head, continuously attacking the mother hen. However, all of its attacks failed to hit the target. At this time, the mother hen just hit back and deftly pushed the chicks away. Fortunately, after a while of fighting, the mother hen was able to protect the chicks and did not endanger her life.
King cobras are considered dangerous and scary in their range. When in danger, the king cobra will try to escape quickly and avoid confrontation. However, if provoked further, the king cobra becomes very aggressive.
When confronted, the king cobra will lift the front part of its body (about 1.5m) and look directly into the opponent’s eyes, widening its gills, revealing its fangs and whistling loudly. King cobras can be easily provoked by close proximity or sudden movements.
When raising its body high, the king cobra can still move quickly to attack even at a distance, and the opponent may misjudge the safe range. The king cobra has the ability to take multiple bites in a single attack.