Are there spitting cobras in Singapore?

Equatorial spitting cobras can still be found in desolated urban areas of Singapore. The bigger king cobra is much rarer. The banded krait sometimes show up as road kills. There are also 2 coral snake and 9 sea snake species.

Is spitting cobra dangerous?

Venom. The spat venom is generally harmless on intact mammalian skin (although contact can result in delayed blistering of the area), but can cause permanent blindness if introduced to the eye; if left untreated it may cause chemosis and corneal swelling.

Which snake can kill king cobra?

At some point during this incredibly dangerous fight, the python was bitten by the ultra-venomous king cobra. Yet, the reticulated python – the world’s longest and heaviest snake – remained constricted around the king cobra and killed the cobra while too being dead.

What is the most poisonous snake in Singapore?

Very Venomous Snakes Found in Singapore

  • Bungarus candidus – Malayan Krait, Common Krait, Blue Krait.
  • Bungarus fasciatus – Banded Krait.
  • Calliophis bivirgata – Blue Malaysian Coral Snake.
  • Calliophis gracilis – Slender Coral Snake.
  • Calliophis intestinalis – Brown Long-glanded Coral Snake.
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