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These are some people how plays with snakes. In the first part of the video we can see that a child Infront of cobra, cobra is a kind of snakes. Some snake man falls their children Infront of snake in very small age, as this baby can not even able to walk but the baby wants to grab the snake, during this attempt snake bite the baby many times and baby continuesly try to catch the snake.
The Indian cobra also known as the Spectacled cobra, Asian cobra or Binocellate cobra is a species of the genus Naja found in the Indian subcontinent and a member of the “big four” species that inflict the most snakebites on humans in India. This snake is revered in Indian mythology and culture, and is often seen with snake charmers. It is now protected in India under the Indian Wildlife Protection Act. The Indian cobra varies tremendously in colour and pattern throughout its range. The ventral scales or the underside colouration of this species can be grey, yellow, tan, brown, reddish or black.
Dorsal scales of the Indian cobra may have a hood mark or colour patterns. Other snakes that resemble Naja naja are the banded racer Argyrogena fasciolata and the Indian smooth snake Coronella brachyura. The eyes are medium in size and the pupils are round. The majority of adult specimens range from 1 to 1.5 metres in length. Some specimens, particularly those from Sri Lanka, may grow to lengths of 2.1 to 2.2 metres, but this is relatively uncommon.
The Indian cobra’s celebrity comes from its popularity as a Nipaie of choice for snake charmers. The cobra’s dramatic threat posture makes for a unique spectacle as it appears to sway to the tune of a snake charmer’s flute. Snake charmers with their cobras in a wicker basket are a common sight in many parts of India only during the Nag Panchami or Naagula Chavithi festival.dian cobras were often a heraldic element in the official symbols of certain ancient princely states of India such as Gwalior, Kolhapur, Pal Lahara, Gondal, Khairagarh and Kalahandi, among others. In this video you can also watch some pore people who play with the snake as easily as we play with toys.