Cobras are inherently dangerous and scary creatures in the human subconscious. Not only because of their huge size, but also because of their ability to kill people in the blink of an eye with just a few drops of venom.
But recently, in South Malaysia, there was a case where a couple was walking in the grassy area next to their house when they discovered a pair of giant cobras lying in the sun.
With extremely fast reflexes, the two giant cobras quickly recognized the presence of strangers, then entered the surrounding caves and bushes and disappeared quickly in only about 2 minutes.
After panicking and running away to find help, they discovered another giant cobra laying eggs in a cave near that area.
According to the eyewitness account of the couple, it seems that the two snakes that were initially attached to each other were a pair of male cobras. They appear to be entwined but are actually in a state of struggle for the attention of their offspring.
As explained by snake catcher Max Jackson, during the breeding season, female cobras secrete a scent to attract male cobras, whenever a female cobra comes into heat, the male cobra will automatically release a scent. chalk.
At this point, just feeling any love enemy nearby, the male cobra will rush to fight.
It is easy to tell when a cobra is mating or fighting. When mating, they will crawl on top of each other, not twist like in the case of the story above.