There are several legless reptiles that crawl rather than walk, the most common of these are snakes. Most snake species are nonvenomous, but there are also some that have deadly venom. Cobras are species of venomous snakes that are commonly called the hooded snake or the snake with a kapel; this account is likely taken because of its similarity to a chapel with a bell tower that has an enchanting appearance. When a cobra is disturbed, it usually rears up and spreads its neck as a display of a threat. King Cobras are everyone's favorite cobra. Not only are they the largest venomous snake in the world, but they are also without a doubt the most royal of the cobras.
There is more that you can learn about this peculiar snake. This book will give you information about why these regal snakes are very venomous, even though they don't have high quality venom. What other food do they prey on that is unlike the rest? How they give birth to their young. And what it is like being a snake.
Included in this book is a set of more than 20 descriptive photos to heighten the reader's understanding of their defenselessness as a crawling animal, their cunning skill while moving around, their first defense when frightened or threatened, and how they strike when all other options have been exhausted.
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