Learn about the king cobra, the largest venomous snake. Find out how dangerous their venom is and what animals they prey upon. There are videos, photographs, and a coloring page. There is also a link to eThemes Resource on Snakes.
This site has pictures and fact about this snake. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This printable page labels different features of this snake. NOTE: This site includes Google ads.
This page offers brief information about king cobras.
This is an encyclopedia entry about cobras. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Watch this short video about a National Geographic photographer who encountered a king cobra close up!
Learn detailed information about the king cobra.
Learn more about different types of venomous snakes, including the king cobra. NOTE: Links within this site lead to a message board. This site also includes Amazon.com book ads.
Read these brief facts to learn more about the king cobra.
Learn more about the habitat, behavior, reproduction, and venom associated with king cobras. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Learn about the scientific terminology for the king cobra, along with physical and behavioral features.
Click on the eleven segments of the king cobra's body and follow the arrows to learn details about this reptile.
Learn facts about the king cobra and view pictures.
Learn more about the king cobra by reading the facts and clicking on the blue links for further information. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Learn detailed information of how to treat a king cobra snake bite.
Learn facts about the king cobra through this site, which can also be downloaded as a printable PDF factsheet.
Read more facts about the king cobra and how it can adapt to different habitats.
Read more about the king cobra and use the links on the left side of the page to learn how reptiles move, about their skin, and the construction of their bodies.
Learn about the characteristics, descriptions, habitat, and behavior of snakes. There are photographs, videos, and quizzes on these reptiles. Covers a variety of species including rattlesnakes, cobras, anacondas, and more. There is a link to eThemes Resource on Missouri Snakes.
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