Lord of the Jungle, the king cobra, is under existential threat in the Eastern Ghats of India! Currently listed as ‘vulnerable’ on the IUCN Red List, the king cobra occurs widely across India. It is an apex predator that mainly preys on other snakes and their presence in an ecosystem indicates a healthy biodiversity. ReptileContinue reading The King Cobra is Endangered in the Eastern Ghats
The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is a very illusive and poorly known snake species to science. Radio telemetry made it possible to get a glimpse into the life of this majestic serpent species.
The first International King Cobra Symposium was recently held on October 6th and 7th, 2017, in Veenendaal, the Netherlands. The Symposium gathered together experts, herpetologists, toxicologists, biologists and snake enthusiasts from all over the world interested in the ecology and conservation of the king cobra. Save The Snakes had been invited to table and shareContinue reading The International King Cobra Symposium was a Huge Success!
Join Save The Snakes at the first International King Cobra Symposium in the Netherlands on October 6th-8th, 2017! The King Cobra Symposium will feature experts, herpetologists, toxicologists and biologists from all over the world to talk about the important issues in king cobra biology and conservation. The Symposium aims to ignite cooperation of all partiesContinue reading Save The Snakes at the King Cobra Symposium
Save The Snakes has begun to conduct this year’s community stewardship and educational programs for communities in the Eastern Ghats. On this trip, Save The Snakes India Program Director and Co-Founder Murthy Kantimahanthi traveled to the small, rural town of Araku in Visakhapatnam District. During his visit he presented about snake ecology and conservation toContinue reading Save The Snakes Travels To Araku
Generous support was granted to Save The Snakes by The Pollination Project!
Save The Snakes Co-founder Murthy Kantimahanti has been featured in the Hindu!