The internet is abuzz with a trending video of a king cobra devouring another snake in a snakepit in the desert.
The video, which has gone viral on social media, shows the larger snake consuming its prey alive, as the smaller snake can be seen twisting and turning in its tunnel.
The footage of the king cobra with its mouth wide open, gulping the snake, has left many viewers disgusted and horrified.
Snakes are known to be opportunistic predators, and will consume any prey that comes their way. Large snakes such as the king cobra are known to consume deers, pigs, monkeys, and other large prey, while smaller snakes usually feed on tiny creatures like rodents or birds, either by squeezing them to death or by injecting them with lethal venom.
The kingsnake, however, is known to devour other snakes, particularly dangerous snakes such as rattlesnakes.
The trending video of the king cobra consuming another snake has been viewed by thousands of people, and has been liked by more than 2.000.000 people.
The footage has sparked a debate among viewers, with some expressing their shock and disgust at the sight of the snake devouring its own kind, while others have argued that it is simply a part of nature.
The king cobra is one of the most feared snakes in the world, and is known to be highly venomous. It is also one of the largest venomous snakes, growing up to 18 feet in length.
The king cobra is found in the tropical forests of India, Southeast Asia, and parts of China, and is known to be a solitary creature.
The king cobra is an apex predator, and is known to feed on other snakes, as well as small mammals, birds, and lizards. It is also known to be an aggressive species, and will attack humans if provoked.
The trending video of the king cobra devouring another snake has sparked a debate among viewers, with some expressing their shock and disgust at the sight of the snake devouring its own kind, while others have argued that it is simply a part of nature.
Whatever the case may be, it is clear that the king cobra is a formidable predator, and should be respected and admired from a distance.