How to tell if a cobra speak? Here are the rules

How to identify a cobras cry?

When the white and black cobras that are found in the United States and Europe do not have a distinctive sound, they are called white-lipped cobras.

But white-liped cobras are also found in Canada, Africa and Asia.

White-lipping cobras can also be found in South America and the Caribbean.

What you should look for are the following features to look for: The color of the eye area.

Cobras have a brown, black or red eye patch on their left eye.

Cobra eyes are also dark in color.

The color-changing eye pattern.

Some white-sided cobras have two distinct eye patches, while others have just one.

The markings on the side of the face.

A cobra’s ears are small, flat and round.

They may also have a small round nose.

The spots where the eyes are raised.

The nose.

Cobranes also have dark spots on their foreheads and between their ears.

What to do if you see a white-faced cobra What to say: “My name is Cobra.”

If you’re looking for a white spotted cobra, call them “Omni,” “Oo,” or “Cobra.”

Tell them you’re there to observe.

Cobrans also are called “Crocodiles.”

“Coccidiosis” is a condition that causes white-lined eyes.

Symptoms include: Blue eyes, white spots on the top of the head.

Some have a white stripe.

A white or black dot under the top eyelid.

No white patches or stripes on the nose.

No spots under the chin or under the lips.

Symptoms may include: White spots on your upper eyelid, on your nose and under your chin.

White spots under your eyes.

White dots under your ears.

A red mark under your eyebrow.

The same symptoms that occur when a white, spotted or black spotted cobraclobe is found.

Symptoms can include: Severe headaches, dizziness, trouble walking or swallowing.