India Wildlife Park Celebrates Successful Breeding of King Cobras

Posted on November 14, 2011

A wildlife park is celebrating its successful King Cobra breeding program. 30 baby cobras have been born at the park. The park is the first park in India to successfully get the snakes to breed and the eggs to hatch. The local King Cobra experts say the baby Cobras - which appear to be play fighting near the end of the clip - have to be hand-fed. Take a look:



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