The first cobra was a tiny, insectoid creature that lived about 800 million years ago.
It’s a tiny animal, but its size meant that its legs were very strong.
It could crawl, climb, and jump like a cat or a dog.
This made it perfect for walking on water, but it also meant that it was vulnerable to waterborne predators, like fish and crocodiles.
When the cobra first emerged in Africa, the continent was a place where snakes and other predators preyed on the animals.
In fact, cobra were hunted and eaten by the local tribes in their habitat, which was mostly swampy terrain.
Cobras were a staple of their diet, and they lived for at least 30 million years before they were finally hunted out of existence.