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Old 04-17-2016, 08:58 PM   #73
Ndnsoldierboy
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My Brother killed a 12 foot cobra in Saudi Arabia back in1990. Him and another Marine were digging a defensive fighting position, the cobra was under the sand when it came up. He killed it, skinned it but could not keep the skin as it was starting to smell bad, and was ordered to throw the skin away.

I ran into a few Cobras in Iraq in the spring of 2006 west of Baghdad. We were looking for weapons caches and in a small canal I saw two cobras. It looked like they were dancing. But, it was two male cobras and they were in a fight for a female cobra. They were intertwined and constantly pushing each other down until one gave up. Could not stay to see who won the fight. We had other things to do.

Ran into a couple rattlesnakes, copperheads, cottonmouths, Fer D' lance, bushmasters, one anaconda, unknown snake in South Korea, and a even Nile Monitor in Egypt, that was about 6 feet long until he got ran over by a local taxi driver in Sharm el Sheik. That was a big lizard.

***Forgot to add Akamada and Habu in Okinawa.

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