What Do Cobras Eat?

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Some of the animals that cobras eat include: birds, fish, frogs, toads, lizards, eggs, and chicks rabbits and rats, and even other snakes. They are the only snakes in the world that can spit their venom.
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Cobras can eat so many different things including lizards, toads, birds, fish, and rabbits. Cobras are mainly found in southern Asia and the Philippians. You can find more information here: http://www.cobras.org/report.htm
Like all other snakes, cobras are carnivorous. That means that cobras are exclusively meat-eaters. Diet may vary by species, but cobras generally eat rodents and other small animals. Some even eat other snakes! You can find more information here: http://www.cobras.org/report.htm
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Cobras, including the King Cobra snake eat rats, mice, snakes, lizards, and birds. They constrict their food to kill it, they do not use venom. Look here for more information: http:
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To the average person it looks like a mismatch, but in the wild a mongoose regularly comes out on top in duels with cobras. A mongoose is very similar to the weasel and uses it lightening
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A mongoose and adult pythons.
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Cobras eat birds, fish, frogs, toads, lizards, eggs and chicks raided from poultry houses, in addition to small
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