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Cape Cobra crossing the road (Naja nivea) Taken in February 2015, in Southern Namibia. Africa,Cape cobra,Geotagged,Naja,Naja nivea,Namibia,Southern Africa,Summer,cobra,desert,reptile,serpent,snake Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

The Cape cobra , also called the yellow cobra is a moderate-sized, highly venomous species of cobra inhabiting a wide variety of biomes across southern Africa including arid savanna, fynbos, bushveld, desert and semi-desert regions. The species is diurnal and is a feeding generalist, preying on a number of different species and carrion. Predators of this species include birds of prey, honey badgers and various species of mongoose. The Cape cobra is also known as the "geelslang" and "bruinkapel".. more

Similar species: Scaled Reptiles
Species identified by Natalia Cara
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Uploaded Jul 27, 2016. Captured Jul 26, 2016 10:31 in D707, Namibia.