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Cape Cobra. (Naja nivea). This hood-spreading cobra prefers hot arid areas. Wide range of colour variations are found that are bonded to a locality. They are active during the day and night. Diet consists of amphibians, lizards, small mammals and snakes. Venom is neurotoxic. Distribution: Western Cape, Northern Cape, Northwest provinces and southern Botswana and Namibia. Studio shot against a white background.
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Cape Cobra. (Naja nivea). This hood-spreading cobra prefers hot arid areas. Wide range of colour variations are found that are bonded to a locality. They are active during the day and night. Diet consists of amphibians, lizards, small mammals and snakes. Venom is neurotoxic. Distribution: Western Cape, Northern Cape, Northwest provinces and southern Botswana and Namibia. Studio shot against a white background.
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Cape Cobra Stock PhotoAggression,Animal Scale,Animal Themes,Animal Wildlife,Animals Attacking,Beauty In Nature,Brown,Cape Cobra,Close-up,Danger,Defending,Fear,Full Length,Mouth Open,Nature,No People,One Animal,Photography,Poisonous,Protection,Rearing Up,Reptile,Snake,Snake Hood,Studio Shot,Vertical,White BackgroundPhotographer Collection: Photographer's Choice RF (c) Martin Harvey 2007Cape Cobra. (Naja nivea). This hood-spreading cobra prefers hot arid areas. Wide range of colour variations are found that are bonded to a locality. They are active during the day and night. Diet consists of amphibians, lizards, small mammals and snakes. Venom is neurotoxic. Distribution: Western Cape, Northern Cape, Northwest provinces and southern Botswana and Namibia. Studio shot against a white background.