How to protect yourself from the cobra threat in Australia

In an age when more people are walking around in high heels and hoodies, it’s not hard to see why they might want to be prepared for a cobra attack.

According to the latest figures, there were 1,827 reported cobra bites in Australia last year.

And while there are no official figures for fatalities, many people are more than willing to go to extreme measures to protect themselves from the vicious snakes.

Cobra bites are the result of a cobras venom, which causes a mild pain and swelling in the area around the bite, and then slowly spreads to the brain.

When this happens, it can cause permanent brain damage and can cause a person to have seizures and lose consciousness.

Some people also have a severe reaction to the venom, and some people may even die as a result.

If you or anyone you know are in a vulnerable position, make sure to wear protective clothing, keep pets and do everything you can to keep them away from the snake.

Be prepared to be attacked, and be prepared to leave your home and seek medical assistance.