Why cobra hero was a bust

A group of researchers in Australia has discovered that the cobra in the hit 1980s movie Cobra Kai Heroes is actually a new species.

The cobra was named after the film’s villain, and its species, Cobra Kai, has since evolved into several other species.

It’s now one of the few remaining species of the genus Cobra, a genus of small, snake-like creatures with long, narrow spines and no discernible head, according to the Australian Institute of Marine Science.

Its new species name, Cobra Hero, was also inspired by the film character.

The team at the University of Adelaide and University of New South Wales (UNSW) has now named the new species after the movie’s villain.

Its genus name, Hero, is an acronym for Heroism and the first letter of the name means “heroic.”

“It is likely that the genus name Hero was chosen because the movie is a heroic portrayal of this species,” said lead author Professor Peter De Jong.

“In this instance, the genus designation is an obvious choice.”

The team used data from a range of other snake species, including the kai, and also from a handful of snake species from Australia.

The researchers compared the data from those species to the genomes of the species they named Cobra Hero and found that it shares some of the genetic traits with the koi.

It also shares a number of similar traits with koi, including an elongated tail and its long snout.

They believe the new genus was created as a response to the film.

“Cobra Kai Hero is a snake that is unique in the snake kingdom in that it is a large, powerful and dangerous species that will hunt, mate and eat other snakes,” Professor De Jong said.

They are still searching for the next species. “

We have to take into account the fact that the species has evolved over many generations, and that is a big part of its genetic history.”

They are still searching for the next species.

Professor De Goede said that if you’re not familiar with the movie, it’s a very fun film.

The film was based on a science fiction novel by Jules Verne.

“I’ve seen it several times and I’ve watched it multiple times,” he said.

The new species is named after a real-life scientist who developed the technology to make the movie.

“This is a very exciting discovery for me and I’m really looking forward to learning more about this new species,” Professor de Jong said, adding that his team hopes to see other species of snake evolve.

“It’s really exciting because these are some of our species that are very closely related to the ki,” he added.

“Hopefully, this new study will be a way to understand what’s going on within the kiwi genome.”

The researchers are also investigating whether other species have evolved the same technology to create this new snake.

They are now working on a new study that will compare the genomes from other snake populations to the Cobra Hero genome to find out more about the genes that underlie its evolution.

“At the moment we don’t know what it’s doing in the kwi genome,” Professor Dijk said.

“[We’re] just getting more data, and hopefully we’ll have a better idea of how to go about making the best of this data.”