A very fast King Cobra – we have a video about this one. Wow.
King cobras are very rare in the wild. I’ve only seen less than a dozen in the wild in 10 yrs of looking. Snakes are not everywhere you step in Thailand, it is actually rare to see one.
Monocled cobras are deadly even as juveniles.
Ready for action!
Tom Charlton with his first-ever King Cobra in Krabi, Thailand.
Releasing a monocled cobra at a mountain location after it was found in a populated area of a village in Thailand.
Thanks to Robert Abrams for permission to post these photos and story. Amazing Thailand.
When we put this King Cobra into the cool stream, it seemed to access a new reservoir of energy – and became quite difficult to manage.
King Cobra juvenile, hatchling snake found in Krabi, Thailand. This snake is less than one month old, hatched from an egg.
Hatchling yellow and black King Cobra snake.
Even juvenile monocled cobras are capable of inflicting a fatal bite.
The king of snakes – deadly king cobra.
King cobra – deadly and nothing to mess with.
Skull from adult Monocled Cobra shows medium length, strong fangs.
2+ meter King Cobra found in Krabi, Thailand.
Alex with the 2nd King Cobra he found within a week!
Juvenile Monocled Cobra – quite deadly when small too.
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