Awesome snake. But no way am I gettin near one. Get Informed with Worthy Readings. http://www.dailynewsmag.com

Title : Cobra and King Cobra Snake Wallpapers Description : King cobras live mainly while it's raining forests and plains of India, southern China, and Southeast Asia, and their coloring will vary.

Leucistic Cobra

White Cobra The animal manifestation of universal divine feminine and the energy of wisdom, healing and abundance.

cobras got it...

A collection of that which goads me: beauty, sex, humor, and perhaps thought. Will happily oblige image removal for copyright holders.

Spectabled Cobra in all its beauty. - by Eurion Kemish

Spectabled Cobra in all its beauty. - by Eurion Kemish When the snake spirit animal appears in your life, it likely means that healing opportunities, change, important transitions, and increased energy are manifesting.

Photography by Guido Mocafico

PHOTO >>> Serpents par Guido Mocafico

Cobras are some of the most dangerous and venomous snakes found mostly in Africa and Asia. They can range in length from 8 feet to just over 18 feet. According to National Geographic, one bite from a king cobra has enough toxin to kill 20 people or even an elephant. Most cobras, however, are shy and try to stay away from humans.

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Most beautiful snek I have ever seen I would want it except it is poisons

Snakes never attack humans willingly else they get violent only when are hurt or troubled without warning.

Red spitting cobra (naja pallida) of Eastern Africa. Another beautiful serpent. Venom is neurotoxic and cytotoxic

Spectacled Cobra - Mark Laita

Spectacled Cobra - Mark Laita the markings of king cobra! dont ever change your beautiful soul!

Cobra

Monocled Cobra this is one of my favorite types of snakes, they're beautiful, they're deadly, and they wear monocles!

photos by Mark Laita, for the book 'Serpentine,' a collection of gorgeously lit snakes on a black background.

Vivid Snake Photos Come at a Cost — A Bite From a Black Mamba

photos by Mark Laita, for the book 'Serpentine,' a collection of gorgeously lit snakes on a black background. I'm not a fan of snakes but Wow I can appreciate the beauty of color , texture and patterns.

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