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(In Serbia News)   Two puppies devoured by king cobra after falling into well. Sorry, did I say devoured? I meant saved and protected for two days while they waited for help   (inserbia.info) divider line 91
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2013-05-19 08:25:24 PM
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Is there anything it can not do?
 
2013-05-19 08:29:31 PM
Smart cobra.  He knew helping the dogs was the only way his ass (or whatever snakes have instead of asses) was getting out of there too.
 
2013-05-19 08:29:55 PM
Wow! Totally awesome!
 
2013-05-19 08:30:36 PM
How could a cold blooded animal keep heat sources around? Gee Brain, I dunno. Narf.
 
2013-05-19 09:22:46 PM

bearded clamorer: [media.americanfood4u.de image 600x600]

Is there anything it can not do?


I see that my work here is done.

/actually drank one the other day, despite having more options.I have vodak and whiskey at the house, but since I was at the store for an unrelated purpose, the Cobra caught my eye. "F*ck it," I said, and went to town on a 40.
 
2013-05-19 09:23:08 PM
Cute puppies, but which one is named Timmy?
 
2013-05-19 09:58:28 PM
yeah, tons of people were spamming this around all of the social medias months ago.
it was bullshiat then, and it's bullshiat now.
 
2013-05-19 10:00:06 PM
So they let one of the deadliest, and most valuable exotic animals in the world loose "in the woods" in Serbia. Riiiight.
 
2013-05-19 10:01:55 PM

bearded clamorer: Is there anything it can not do?


Cheers.
 
2013-05-19 10:02:15 PM
King cobra? It was probably using them as bait for the other snakes they eat.
 
2013-05-19 10:02:20 PM

PirateKing: So they let one of the deadliest, and most valuable exotic animals in the world loose "in the woods" in Serbia. Riiiight.


No. Someone didn't RTFA. Or didn't understand their engrish.
 
2013-05-19 10:02:32 PM
I am guessing the owner was glad because he himself was going to eat the puppies.
 
2013-05-19 10:02:41 PM

serial_crusher: Smart cobra.  He knew helping the dogs was the only way his ass (or whatever snakes have instead of asses) was getting out of there too.


Also, puppies are too big to be food. Unlike sharks, snakes can't take bits and pieces.
 
2013-05-19 10:03:32 PM

PirateKing: So they let one of the deadliest, and most valuable exotic animals in the world loose "in the woods" in Serbia. Riiiight.


The story is from India. I still call BS on the letting it go, though.
 
2013-05-19 10:03:38 PM
Meh, If my ex wife was in the well with the snake and the puppies, she would have ate them all.
 
2013-05-19 10:04:02 PM

PirateKing: So they let one of the deadliest, and most valuable exotic animals in the world loose "in the woods" in Serbia. Riiiight.


In India. Australia is like a warmup for India's forests.
 
2013-05-19 10:05:59 PM
More likely the cobra was lethargic because of being in a dark and cold well. Puppies are warm, the cobra was probably using them as an electric blanket. King Cobras are pretty much apex predators, unless it's a mongoose they don't have much to worry about. And the puppies are a little big for it to eat.
 
2013-05-19 10:06:39 PM
Hey subs, if you make a mistake while typing, you can either use the backspace key or highlight text with your mouse to edit.
That way, you won't have to say "sorry, did I say..." when you make a mistake.
 
2013-05-19 10:07:07 PM
King Cobra?

Pussy Cobra, more like.
 
2013-05-19 10:07:34 PM
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-19 10:08:57 PM
If I recall from a National Geographic show on the King Cobra they only eat snakes so it isn't surprising it didn't eat two puppies.
 
2013-05-19 10:09:48 PM

dickfreckle: bearded clamorer: [media.americanfood4u.de image 600x600]

Is there anything it can not do?

I see that my work here is done.

/actually drank one the other day, despite having more options.I have vodak and whiskey at the house, but since I was at the store for an unrelated purpose, the Cobra caught my eye. "F*ck it," I said, and went to town on a 40.


megarian: bearded clamorer: Is there anything it can not do?

Cheers.


Cheers y'all

*clink*
 
2013-05-19 10:10:01 PM

Lady Indica: More likely the cobra was lethargic because of being in a dark and cold well. Puppies are warm, the cobra was probably using them as an electric blanket. King Cobras are pretty much apex predators, unless it's a mongoose they don't have much to worry about. And the puppies are a little big for it to eat.


It reminds me of my time living in florida. Coral snakes... the baddest, most poisonous shiat in our entire hemisphere, super common, live everywhere there, and the amount of actual bites that happen are very very small. It's like they exude confidence. "Nothing is going to fark with me that I can't kill with a bite, so no need to stress!".
 
2013-05-19 10:11:11 PM
The_Original_Roxtar: yeah, tons of people were spamming this around all of the social medias months ago.
it was bullshiat then, and it's bullshiat now.


THIS

The owner of the puppies called for help, but snake experts were far away, so he waited. It took two days for help to come, and during that time, Cobra didn't let puppies to die, nor have attacked them in any way

Bad Engrich
 
2013-05-19 10:11:11 PM
How did no one notice a King Cobra in the well before the dogs fell in?
 
2013-05-19 10:11:16 PM
Shhhhhhhh be very very quiet I smell trolls in this here thread.
 
2013-05-19 10:12:55 PM
The owner of the puppies called for help, but snake experts were far away

"Hello. this is Apu with Snake Experts. Have you tried turning your King Cobra off and on again?"
 
2013-05-19 10:13:11 PM

wildcardjack: serial_crusher: Smart cobra.  He knew helping the dogs was the only way his ass (or whatever snakes have instead of asses) was getting out of there too.

Also, puppies are too big to be food. Unlike sharks, snakes can't take bits and pieces.


Right.  No venomous snake has ever bitten an animal that was too large to be swallowed.
 
2013-05-19 10:14:15 PM

skinink: Meh, If my ex wife was in the well with the snake and the puppies, she would have ate them all.


See, THIS is why I come to Fark.
 
2013-05-19 10:14:30 PM
The snake sang a little song to the doggies too.

"Trust in me......just in me....."
 
2013-05-19 10:15:11 PM
I believe it. The snake scares the puppies away from the dangerous part of the well. The puppies are too big to be food and while the snake won't be afraid to defend itself, it won't go looking for trouble either.
 
2013-05-19 10:16:36 PM
They are NOT for eating.

They are for motorboating.
 
2013-05-19 10:17:27 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com

Dern it, couldn't find a pic of the snake and the dog together, so this will have to do...
 
2013-05-19 10:19:26 PM
Seems Legit
 
2013-05-19 10:19:33 PM

Bung_Howdy: The_Original_Roxtar: yeah, tons of people were spamming this around all of the social medias months ago.
it was bullshiat then, and it's bullshiat now.

THIS

The owner of the puppies called for help, but snake experts were far away, so he waited. It took two days for help to come, and during that time, Cobra didn't let puppies to die, nor have attacked them in any way

Bad Engrich



Please to do the needful and correct.
 
2013-05-19 10:21:56 PM

neongoats: Lady Indica: More likely the cobra was lethargic because of being in a dark and cold well. Puppies are warm, the cobra was probably using them as an electric blanket. King Cobras are pretty much apex predators, unless it's a mongoose they don't have much to worry about. And the puppies are a little big for it to eat.

It reminds me of my time living in florida. Coral snakes... the baddest, most poisonous shiat in our entire hemisphere, super common, live everywhere there, and the amount of actual bites that happen are very very small. It's like they exude confidence. "Nothing is going to fark with me that I can't kill with a bite, so no need to stress!".


Yeah coral snakes aren't really high on the aggressive scale. I think king cobras are, but the cold probably had more to do with it than anything I'd guess. I can tell you from living in California, rattlesnakes are aggressive as shiat if you step near them, but generally they won't chase after anyone. You pretty much have to step on them to get bitten.
 
2013-05-19 10:23:28 PM

skinink: Meh, If my ex wife was in the well with the snake and the puppies, she would have ate them all.


I love you.
 
2013-05-19 10:29:34 PM
Snakes often go months between meals
 
2013-05-19 10:35:19 PM

God-is-a-Taco: Snakes often go months between meals


So, what you are saying is it started out with three puppies?
 
2013-05-19 10:43:39 PM
Am I the only farking sick of these articles that always have a sentiment like "we could learn a lot from these animals" or something similar?

Like it or not, humans are FAR kinder to each other and other animals than any other animals are to members of their own species or members of another. Humans regularly risk their lives to save others they don't know.

Animals routinely kill the offspring of other members of their species.  Hell, the male members of the feline species, those adorable kitties we love, will eat the young of another in the wild. Not always, but far more often than humans kill another person's baby.

Any (carnivorous) animal capable of doing so would have eaten those puppies without a second thought.

We have some things to fix in our species to say the least, but the animal kingdom is the last thing we want emulate.
 
2013-05-19 10:51:19 PM
snakes bite from fear. the puppies were probably giving off TONS of fear. the snake said fark it these are my way out.
 
2013-05-19 10:55:52 PM
spc.fotolog.com
 
2013-05-19 11:00:42 PM

doglover: How could a cold blooded animal keep heat sources around?


How could they?  Well, they could keep heat sources around by not killing them.  You ask really weird questions.

/how could you bring yourself to this
 
2013-05-19 11:08:01 PM
He probably had had puppy all week.
 
2013-05-19 11:08:35 PM

Lady Indica: neongoats: Lady Indica: More likely the cobra was lethargic because of being in a dark and cold well. Puppies are warm, the cobra was probably using them as an electric blanket. King Cobras are pretty much apex predators, unless it's a mongoose they don't have much to worry about. And the puppies are a little big for it to eat.

It reminds me of my time living in florida. Coral snakes... the baddest, most poisonous shiat in our entire hemisphere, super common, live everywhere there, and the amount of actual bites that happen are very very small. It's like they exude confidence. "Nothing is going to fark with me that I can't kill with a bite, so no need to stress!".

Yeah coral snakes aren't really high on the aggressive scale. I think king cobras are, but the cold probably had more to do with it than anything I'd guess. I can tell you from living in California, rattlesnakes are aggressive as shiat if you step near them, but generally they won't chase after anyone. You pretty much have to step on them to get bitten.


We live near a river and we have cottonmouths.  They tend to stick to the water or the mud where you don't normally walk, but if you surprise one they get really pissy.

I've never heard of anyone getting bitten by one.  Even though they put up a good front, I think you'd have to really fark with one to get it to bite you.  They usually just slink away after the show.

pedrop357: Like it or not, humans are FAR kinder to each other and other animals than any other animals are to members of their own species or members of another.


I watched the Big Cat Diary and in one of the seasons, a Lion kitten was killed by a wildebeest and the mother ate her own kitten.  At that point I realized if I died alone in the house my cats would probably eat me.

Animals are real assholes.
 
2013-05-19 11:15:28 PM

TheManWho: PirateKing: So they let one of the deadliest, and most valuable exotic animals in the world loose "in the woods" in Serbia. Riiiight.

The story is from India. I still call BS on the letting it go, though.


We're talking about the country where flights circle the airport waiting for cattle to decide to clear the runway on their own. Where the solution to an annoying colony of little monkeys is a colony of bigger monkeys. I wouldn't doubt that, in this circumstance especially, someone let it go.
 
2013-05-19 11:20:39 PM

SDRR: [spc.fotolog.com image 500x364]


Never say dye?
 
2013-05-19 11:28:45 PM

skinink: Meh, If my ex wife was in the well with the snake and the puppies, she would have ate them all.


Dude, I can't believe you'd say that about your ex wife!!  In this instance I believe the participle is correct, rather than the simple past tense.  You mean your ex wife would have eaten them all.
 
2013-05-19 11:31:18 PM

dickfreckle: bearded clamorer: [media.americanfood4u.de image 600x600]

Is there anything it can not do?

I see that my work here is done.

/actually drank one the other day, despite having more options.I have vodak and whiskey at the house, but since I was at the store for an unrelated purpose, the Cobra caught my eye. "F*ck it," I said, and went to town on a 40.


So how was it?
www.bizarrebytes.com
 
2013-05-19 11:33:15 PM
Translated into English from Serbian out of the original Hindi, by Peggy, your friendly help-desk operator.
 
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