Snake found on a Bus; Catching a Cobra from running interstate luxury Scania bus in India

This is the skin-crawling moment a snake was caught hiding in a Scaia Bus. A Cobra snake had to be removed from a bus after noticed by the bus crew and passengers.

The Cobra Snake was carefully removed from the gap in front of the bus (Grill) where it had slithered inside its new home. The video of catching the snake getting viral on Social Media.

Cobra is the common name of various elapid snakes, most of which belonging to the genus Naja. All of the known cobras are venomous and many are capable of rearing upwards and producing a hood when threatened. Various species occur in regions throughout Africa, Southwest Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia.

Until recently, the genus Naja had 20 to 22 species, but it has undergone several taxonomic revisions in recent years, so sources vary greatly. Wide support exists, though, for a 2009 revision that synonymised the genera Boulengerina and Paranaja with Naja. According to that revision, the genus Naja now includes 38 species.

All species in the genus Naja are capable of delivering a fatal bite to a human. Most species have strongly neurotoxic venom, which attacks the nervous system, causing paralysis, but many also have cytotoxic features which cause swelling and necrosis, and have a significant anticoagulant effect. Some also have cardiotoxic components to their venoms.