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A Forest Cobra (Naja melanoleuca), Zululand, South Africa : Stock Photo
The Forest cobra can be identified the following features; highly polished body scales, its good climbing ability, a preference for thick vegetation in close proximity to water and its narrow hood. This snake grows to an average length of 2 meters but can grow up to 2.7 meters in length. It is is the largest cobra in Africa. Like most cobra species it has an average life span of 20 years

A Forest Cobra (Naja melanoleuca), Zululand, South Africa

Credit: Heinrich van den Berg
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The Forest cobra can be identified the following features; highly polished body scales, its good climbing ability, a preference for thick vegetation in close proximity to water and its narrow hood. This snake grows to an average length of 2 meters but can grow up to 2.7 meters in length. It is is the largest cobra in Africa. Like most cobra species it has an average life span of 20 years
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