One of the things i've always wanted to get on video but never could, a lot lot lot of people wonder how baby, fragile king cobras hunt and survive when they act so derpy, especially with me 😅Interestingly, what i have to show here is: one of my Northern Thailand kings taking down a white-spotted slug snake with a "death-roll" one of the coolest tactics some venomous snakes will do, usually they do this to break necks, spines or skulls of their prey snakes (for kings; others do it with other types of prey and methods vary) now this is also the craziest death-roll i've ever witnessed personally. They certainly are instinctual hunters and have no problem taking down prey almost as big as they are. Aim for the head. However this baby is not strong enough to break spines yet, he is indeed able to get in repeated bites, the prey's snake nervous system goes wild, it goes in shock then the body shuts off. King cobras eat other snakes, let's keep this educational and steer away from drama. Ps: keep in mind, baby king cobra venom is extremely potent, way stronger than the adults; it's at the same level of kraits. The feeder snake is going in shock and isn't even feeling any pain, the receptors have shut off. I know it doesn't seem it but that's how it works underneath.