Cobra vomits the whole snake after eating too much for lunch

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This is the moment a greedy cobra bit off more than it could chew after trying to eat an entire snake whole.

The reptile was forced to throw up the meal all at once if it could not digest it.

The disturbing incident was filmed in Narmadapuram, central India’s Madhya Pradesh, on Thursday.

A man held the cobra’s tail as it brought up the entire snake – eaten hours ago.

A similar incident was filmed in Georgia, USA, in June.

Tom Slagle, 82, found two reptiles near his mailbox and soon found one eating the other.

The footage showed an eastern kingsnake slowly moving its flexible jaws down the body of a much larger wooden rattlesnake.

The rattlesnake didn’t move at all, likely indicating that the kingsnake killed it before devouring it.

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The Georgia Department of Natural Resources shared the video on its Facebook page and commented, “It’s a world out there eating snakes.”

It was difficult to know exactly how the two snakes compare in terms of length as the rattlesnake is almost half consumed when the video begins.

However, timber rattlesnakes can grow up to 6 feet (1.8 m) in length, while eastern kingsnakes reach a maximum length of just 4 feet (1.2 m).

While many snake species are capable of eating prey larger than themselves, it is very rare for them to eat larger snakes.

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