What is the population of the King Cobra?

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2001-45% 2002-40% 2003-33% 2004-30% 2005-25% 2006-15% 2007-15% 2008-5% == The population is just over 9,000 ==
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Cobra
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Elalidae
Cobras are venomous snakes related to taipans, coral snakes, and mambas, all members of the Elapidae family. Snakes in this family cannot fold their fangs down, as vipers can, so the fangs are generally shorter... More »
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around 9000 king cobras which is endangered.
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there are many in southern india.for eg:0.08 square km.
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