Monocled cobras can reach over seven feet in length, though most grow to around five feet long.
The largest cobra in the world is the king cobra, nearly 20 feet long. King cobras are the longest venomous snakes in the world.
These cobras—famous for their tendency to live among the pyramids—can grow up to 8.5 feet long.
These cobras are not only incredibly beautiful, but they’re also incredibly long, with some reaching up to seven feet.
One of the largest cobras in the world, the famous Indian cobra can reach lengths of up to seven feet.
Forest cobras are one of the largest cobras in the world. In fact, they’re the longest ‘true’ cobras, with a length of ten feet.
Snouted cobras are one of the largest cobras in the world. They grow up to six feet long.
Though most Javan spitting cobras grow to around four feet long, some reach up to six feet in length.
One of the largest cobras in the world is the Cape cobra. Cape cobras grow up to five feet long.
Chinese cobras grow up to six feet long, with some specimens measuring even a little longer.