The Secretary bird is a large bird of prey that is found in the grasslands and savannas of sub-Saharan Africa. It is known for its distinctive appearance, with long legs and a crest of feathers on its head.
They use their long legs to walk through the grasslands and stamp on their prey to stun or kill them. Once the prey is incapacitated, the Secretary bird uses its sharp beak to deliver a final blow.
The secretary bird has a very special way of hunting and it can take down the deadliest cobras.
The secretary bird will approach its prey and keep a safe distance and then unleash a series of attacks aimed at the heads of the snakes. The secretary bird raised one leg and quickly struck the snake’s head, stunning it.
When the cobras no longer have the strength to move and attack, then the secretary bird will use its beak and finish the prey.