“Cobra! Cobra!” A woman’s screams pierce the hot night in a tiny village in Myanmar, formerly Burma. An American snake expert–the first scientist ever to survey all reptiles in this isolated region happens to be in the village in his quest for new cobra species
He races toward the cries, tailed by a throng of curious villagers. Inside a hut, the woman’s family stands rooted in fear. Coiled near the back wall, a 3-foot-long cobra arches with a hiss, poised to strike.
- Extension of Dampa Tiger Reserve
- Lightning strikes two dead at Sihfa Village
- Something about Bhutanese women
- Woman commits suicide after hacking son to death