We know that snakes and tubes are very antagonistic to each other, we have seen their videos and photos many times in social media, but once again the photos of a fight between a tube and a snake have gone viral in social media.
Mongooses have long faces and bodies, small, rounded ears, short legs, and long, tapering tails. Most are brindle or grizzly; Some have strongly marked coats that bear a striking resemblance to mustelids. Their nonretractile claws are used primarily for digging. Mongooses, like goats, have narrow, oval pupils. Most species have large anal scent glands, which are used for territorial marking and to signal reproductive status.
In ancient Mesopotamia, the mongoose was sacred to the god Ninkilim, who was fused with the god of magic Ningiram, who was invoked for protection against snakes. According to a Babylonian popular saying, when a mouse escaped from a mongoose into a snake’s hole, he announced, “I greet you from the snake-charmer!” A mongoose-like animal also appears in Old Babylonian glyptic art, but its significance is unknown.
A mammal of the carnivora series known as the enemy of snakes. Nolia (or Nakula) inhabiting India is included in the genus Herpes. H. edwardsi is considered to be the most familiar nolidia in India. Despite being famous as a snake killer, snakes are affected by snake venom like other animals and snakes do not produce any anti-venom to avoid the venom.
The idea of accurately monitoring the snake’s movements is in the nodule. He attacks the snake by moving his legs nimbly and often kills the snake in a single blow. However, sometimes, due to lack of experience, the baby snakes die from snake venom. The head of a hunted snake (without venom glands) is a favorite food of snakes. Snakes can ingest snake venom through their mouths.
It is dangerous only if the poison is mixed with blood. A rodent’s diet includes rodents, a variety of small birds and mammals. Bird-eating cockroaches are dangerous for zoos.