Viral video of a man fearlessly bathing a king cobra is giving the internet goosebumps


Video of a man fearlessly bathing a king cobra is giving the internet goosebumps

The hair-raising video was posted by Indian Forest Service officer, Susanta Nanda on X.

A bizarre video has surfaced on social media showing a man fearlessly giving a bath to a huge king cobra. The undated clip shows the man casually bathing his pet snake in his bathroom, showing no fear or discomfort. The hair-raising video was posted by Indian Forest Service officer, Susanta Nanda on X.

”Bathing a king cobra. Snakes have skin to protect and keep them clean as they shed periodically. So what is the need to play with fire?” he wrote while sharing the video.

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The 19-second video shows the man pouring water over the cobra with a mug from a bucket. At one point, the man even holds the deadly snake’s head as he casually cleans its body.

Since it was posted, the video has gone viral on X with over 10,000 views and dozens of comments. While some questioned the unnecessary act, some admired the snake handler’s courage and lack of fear. Others were completely surprised to see the bizarre sight.

One user explained: ”In captivity (as pets in a vivarium) snakes are sometimes unable to completely shed their skin, leaving a small patch of old skin clinging to it and will require human intervention to completely to remove it. But that is not the way to handle or bathe the snake.”

Another said, ”The man looks unfazed by the whole thing… I’m going to assume Cobra doesn’t have his venom sac or fangs anymore.” ” A fourth wrote, ”Who is this out of his mind person,” while a fifth commented, ”Looks scary”.

According to a report from Reptile crazehoses usually do not need to be soaked or washed.

The king cobra, the most venomous snake in the world, is the longest of all snakes. An adult king cobra can be 10 to 12 feet in length and weigh up to 20 pounds. According to National Geography, they can literally “stand up” and look a fully grown person in the eye. The amount of neurotoxin they can deliver in a single bite is enough to kill 20 people.

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