What Is a Mongoose's Natural Enemies?

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A mongoose has many natural enemies in the wild, including large birds of prey, jackals, snakes and even Japanese beetles. In most cases, a mongoose which is mature and fully grown is quick and hard to catch hence its enemies, especially the birds of prey, therefore opt for the smaller mongoose. Snakes, especially cobras are also a natural enemy of the mongoose; they attack and eat them, but a mongoose may fight back at times.
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This is because mongooses are immune to the cobras venom and they eat anything they can. So when they see a cobra.
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Humans are probably the most dangerous enemy to snakes. We destroy their habitats as we develop and build in natural areas. We also accidentally run them over with vehicles. Many
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The enemy of the mongoose is the snake. It has an easy time with a cobra, but not
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A mongoose is an aggressive predator and it attacks cobras that are competing with it for food resources.
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