Cobra

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2023-07-18 Snargl 3 minutes 34 seconds

What is the animal Cobra known for?

Snake is curled up in a field of wheat and grass
Cobra with a lightning in the background
Close up of a snake on a cake with a blurry background
Snake is laying on the ground in the sun light
Cobra is on a rock in the desert

There are many different species of cobras, most of which belong to the genus Naja.

Some examples are the Indian cobra, the Egyptian cobra, the king cobra, and the spitting cobra.

These species are found in Africa, Asia, and Australia, and they inhabit various habitats such as forests, grasslands, deserts, and wetlands.

Cobras feed on rodents, birds, frogs, lizards, and other snakes.

They are usually solitary and nocturnal, but some may be active during the day.

Cobras have a significant role in many cultures and religions, especially in India, where they are revered as symbols of power, wisdom, and protection.

They are also featured in many myths, legends, and stories, such as the story of Cleopatra, who allegedly committed suicide by allowing a cobra to bite her.

Cobras are also popular subjects in art, literature, and media, such as the famous snake charmers who play flutes to make the cobras dance.

They are fascinating and dangerous animals that are known for their distinctive hood, venom, and behavior.

Cobras are among the most widely recognized and respected snakes in the world.

Example of the color palette for the image of Cobra

Picture with primary colors of Dark brown, Bone, Onyx, Grullo and Dark cerulean
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
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NCS S 4050-R90B
RAL Classic
RAL 8011
RAL 9002
RAL 9005
RAL 1035
RAL 5010
RAL Design
RAL 060 30 27
RAL 010 80 10
RAL 170 20 20
RAL Effect
RAL 140-6
RAL 780-5
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Where does the Cobra live?

Snake is curled up on a rock in the desert at sunset or sunrise
Snake with a brown head and yellow stripes on its head and neck
Snake is curled up on the ground in the desert, with a snake in the background
Snake is curled up on a sand dune at sunset in the desert, with mountains in the background
Snake is curled up in the desert sand and grass, with a blue sky in the background
Cobras are venomous snakes that belong to the genus Naja and the family Elapidae.

They are found in various habitats across Africa and Asia, depending on the species.

Some of the common habitats of cobras are:
  • Forests: Some cobras, such as the forest cobra, the king cobra, and the Indian cobra, live in forests, rainforests, woodlands, and scrubs.
    They can climb trees and hide under fallen logs or rocks.

  • Grasslands: Some cobras, such as the Egyptian cobra, the Cape cobra, and the Mozambique spitting cobra, live in grasslands, savannas, and semi-arid regions.
    They can burrow in the ground or use rodent holes as shelters.

  • Swamps: Some cobras, such as the banded water cobra and the black-necked spitting cobra, live in swamps, marshes, and mangroves.
    They are adapted to swim and hunt in water.

Cobras are highly adaptable and can also live in human-modified environments, such as farms, plantations, and urban areas.

However, this increases the risk of conflict and persecution by humans, who fear their venomous bites.

Cobras are also threatened by habitat loss, poaching, and the pet trade.

Example of the color palette for the image of Cobra

Picture with primary colors of Black, Medium jungle green, Camouflage green, Pang and Dark sienna
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 4010-G50Y
NCS S 5020-R60B
RAL Classic
RAL 9005
RAL 6009
RAL 7003
RAL 7015
RAL 3007
RAL Design
RAL 170 20 25
RAL 180 20 15
RAL 090 50 10
RAL 290 30 20
RAL 080 20 10
RAL Effect
RAL 770-3
RAL 580-5
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What does the Cobra look like?

Blue snake with its mouth open in the jungle with sunlight coming through the trees and leaves surrounding it
Snake is on a desk next to a computer monitor and keyboard and monitor screen
Snake is on the ground in a movie scene with a stadium in the background
Green snake with red eyes is in the grass and is ready to strike the viewer with its mouth open

A cobra is a type of venomous snake that can expand its neck ribs to form a hood when threatened.

Cobras have smooth scales, long bodies, and large heads with round pupils.

The color and pattern of cobras vary depending on the species, but they are usually brown, black, gray, or yellow with markings such as bands, spots, or speckles.

Some cobras, such as the king cobra, can grow up to 5.6 meters (18 feet) in length, while others, such as the shield-nosed cobra, are much smaller.

Cobras are found in many regions of Africa and Asia, and some can spit venom as a defense mechanism.

Example of the color palette for the image of Cobra

Picture with primary colors of Dark jungle green, Dark slate gray, Ash grey, Glitter and AuroMetalSaurus
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 8005-B80G
NCS S 4010-B30G
RAL Classic
RAL 8022
RAL 6028
RAL 7038
RAL 9003
RAL 9023
RAL Design
RAL 160 20 20
RAL 180 30 15
RAL 180 50 05
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