The mongoose is the natural predator of the king cobra snake, states the Encyclopædia Britannica. A small, carnivorous mammal native to Africa but also present in southern Asia and southern Europe, the mongoose is noted ... More »

Cobras are carnivorous snakes and feed on other snakes, lizards, small mammals, birds and bird eggs. A cobra can eat almost any type of snake, including other venomous snakes. Cobras survive well on land, in the trees, a... More »

The king cobra is a carnivore, and it will eat other snakes, as well as lizards, frogs and small mammals. Cobras also eat a variety of birds, eggs, fish and chickens stolen from poultry farms. More »

King cobras are considered tertiary consumers and are often the apex predator of a food web. According to Blue Planet Biomes, their only predators are human beings, birds of prey and the mongoose. More »

An albino king cobra is a king cobra that exhibits albinism, a congenital disorder typified by an inability to produce pigment that results in a white appearance. In animals, albinism is especially dangerous due to its l... More »

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Baby king cobras are born with venom that is as potent as the venom of their parents. Even before they're born, they benefit from parental care, which is unusual for many reptiles. Their mother, who actually builds a nes... More »

King cobras do not have many natural predators, but they can be prey for mongooses, some large birds of prey and human beings, according to SnakeType.com. The primary defense mechanism of the king cobra is to raise up th... More »