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Two hyperactive jaguars attack the king cobra, causing the prey to try to escape from the two aggressive leopards


In the video, a cub spotted a king cobra near his territory. Immediately, it runs to attack the opponent. However, the king cobra not only did not retreat, but also fought fiercely. It even launched consecutive pecks that made the leopard fall back.

Before the cobra’s aggression, the mother leopard and another cub appeared. However, after a few minutes of intense confrontation, the three journalists had to give in to the snake and leave.

The king cobra is a species of snake in the family Elapidae, distributed mainly in tropical forests stretching from India to Southeast Asia. This is the longest venomous snake in the world, with a maximum recorded length of this species in the wild is 7m.


Species are considered dangerous and feared within their range, although they do not usually actively attack humans. When entering the body, the venom of the king cobra will directly attack the central nervous system, causing blurred vision, pain, drowsiness, dizziness and nerve paralysis. King cobra venom is scary because it contains a compound of neurotoxins and cytotoxins. These are all substances that can damage nerve tissue and disable cells.

According to experts, the king cobra is capable of killing a victim through a bite containing 200-500mg of venom. Normally, the bite of a king cobra can kill a person in just 30 minutes.


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