Thursday, September 11, 2008

Rare albino cobra

Visitors flock to the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust in the Indian city of Chennai because of the remarkable beauty of Goya, an albino cobra. Goya, who is a milky color with shades of pink, was a gift from Dehiwala Zoo in Sri Lanka where they specially breed albino snakes. The three-and-a-half foot reptile was the only one of his albino siblings to survive, and is now kept on his own in a specially constructed enclosure. Goya spends most of his day indoors due to his sensitivity to light, only venturing outside for his daily meal of five live rats. Source: Telegraph


Dogger Blogger said...

This is really really amazing, I never knew that snakes can be so pure white in color :)

Madame Cool Chick said...

Whoa cool! Goya is SO beautiful! what an amazing creature