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In Asia there are many different kind of mammals reptiles birds and other kinf of animals They have a variety of endangered species too In China there are many endangered species like the tigers and some kinds of reptiles These are the to Im going to talk ing to you aboutCobra snake common name for certain members of a family of venomous snakes known for their intimidating behavior and deadly bite Cobras are recognized by the hoods that they flare when angry or disturbed the hoods are created by the elongate ribs that extend the loose skin of the neck behind the cobras heads These reptiles are found throughout the Philippines southern Asia and AfricaThe king cobra is the worlds longest venomous snake It averages 37 m 12 ft in length but is known to grow to 55 m 18 ft It is olive or brown in color with bronze eyes some individuals are banded It is found in the Philippines Malaysia southern China Myanmar formerly known as Burma India Thailand and the Malay Peninsula It eats primarily other snakes The other cobra of Asia is known variously as the common Asian Indian or spectacled cobra due to the eyeglass-shaped pattern on its skin It seldom reaches a length of more than 18 m 6 ft The hood of the common cobra is proportionately much larger than that of the king cobra and is usually yellow to brown with a black-and-white spectacle pattern on top and two black and white spots on the lower surface This snake causes many deaths each year in India where it is regarded with religious awe and is seldom killed The common cobra is frequently used by snake charmers It ranges from the eastern shore of the Caspian Sea to China and MalaysiaMany species of cobras are natives of Africa Among them is the spitting or black-necked cobra found from southern Egypt to northern South Africa This snake can spray
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