For the first time in the jungles of Uttarakhand, the King Cobra, the world’s most poisonous snake, has been caught on camera mating. A JRF of the forest department has taken many photographs of it. Forest research has been doing research on the King Cobra for a long time. This photo will work in his research.
The king cobra is found in the plains from the jungle corbets to the mountains in the state. Three key points are being researched as they are important contributors to the ecosystem and food chain. Just as in which forests the King Cobra is better inhabited, what does it threaten. And what policy should be made for conservation. While working in this project, Cobra was seen while mating JRF.
Many species of snakes are found in Uttarakhand. The most poisonous of these is the King Cobra. Its presence has also been found in Munsiyari and Pithoragarh bordering China, but the number is higher in Nainital district. Because of this, the Forest Research Center is engaged in research. The forest department considers it an important part of the ecosystem.