3 Monocled Cobra trapped in fishnet Rescue from Barikpur, Bhadrak, Odisha, India

The snake can also be found in Malaysia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Nepal, Thailand, and India, China, Vietnam, and Cambodia. They are known as monocled cobras due to their O-shaped hood pattern, also called the monoacetate hood pattern, which has a maximum length of 7.5 feet and measures between 4 and 5 feet in length.

After great effort, the three monocled cobras that were trapped in a fishnet and unable to release themselves were set free. CONDITIONS FOR MONOCLED COBRAS: 1-The monocled cobra lives in Southeast Asia and South Asia (Naja Kaouthia).
In addition to human settlements and cities, monocled cobras can be found in grasslands, scrublands, and woodlands. Additionally, they have been observed living in agricultural areas like rice fields, where they are frequently seen hiding in tiny rodent tunnels.

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