I love cobras. Period. This is very evident from quite a few of my posts in the past years.
To continue, this is one interesting picture from NTDWA. This one is a beauty of an albino cobra. Albino cobras actually cannot survive well in the wild because of their coloring. They cannot hunt easily and more often than not are hunted easily by predators. Why? Because of the coloring, of course.
And the best part is that I can go and visit the Crocodile park in Chennai, where the cobra is currently at. Hmmm… when will that be?
The three-and-a-half foot reptile was the only one of his albino siblings to survive, and is now kept on his own in a specially constructed enclosure. Goya, who is a milky colour with shades of pink, was a gift from Dehiwala Zoo in Sri Lanka where they specially breed albino snakes.