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Mozambican Spitting Cobra

Naja mossambica

Description:

A long snake of an olive-brown color, with a few darker bands on it's throat.

Habitat:

Found on our doorstep, usually living in grasslands or bushveld.

Notes:

Often found in our area, and often relocated by our family as they pose a threat to our family and the dogs, though when they are not bothering anyone or don't come into the house they are left alone to control the rodent population.

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1 Comment

JessicaSA
JessicaSA 5 years ago

Unfortunately not the best photo of the snake by far, but at least the color is visible

JessicaSA
Spotted by
JessicaSA

Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

Lat: -25.60, Long: 28.41

Spotted on May 10, 2014
Submitted on May 10, 2014

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