Cobra vs The Grey Indian Mongoose
In the dusty plain grounds of southern Asia, India is the venue for the most astonishing predators. Its very rare face off, in one corner we have the spectacle cobra which can grow up to 7 feets or more. Its venom is so toxic that a single bite of this snake can kill a fully grown man in less than 30 minutes if immediate not taken care off. Cobra's are normally shy, but when they are threatened they can be very aggressive. Specially when a snake eating predator starts sniffing around.
In the other corner the Grey Indian Mongoose, at first glance this curious mammal may not seem like much of a competition for a cobra. But don't underestimate this little grey predator, its lightening fast reflexes and thick height have enabled to add to its list of favourite foods. The snake tries to intimidate and warm him away in the beginning, but it does not seem to be enough for a hungry mongoose to back off so easily. Every time the mongoose dances just out of the reach. But when the mongoose attacks, a swift snap at the back of the head makes the cobra paralyzed. Snake will be on the menu for dinner tonight.