The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Black Mamba | The color of the leather back black mamba The adult is olive brown, gray, or sometimes khaki. A young snake is lighter, but not light enough to be confused with the different species of green mambas. The inside of the mouth is dark blue to black everything. The longest measured scientifically wild caught black mamba recorded was 4.48 meters (14.7 feet), which is in Zimbabwe. Adult body subtle but powerful black mamba "can typically weigh 1.6 to 3.1 kg (3.5 to 6.8 kg.) No sexual dimorphism, snakes and real males and females of this species have a species Similar in appearance and tend to be of similar size. has the second longest venomous snake in the world, surpassed only by the length of the cobra.
With age, the color tends to be darker Although a large black mamba snake distribution day been much confusion in the literature, which indicates the poor Herpetological African zoogeography However, the distribution of black mamba in East Africa and South Africa is well documented Pitman ( 1974) offers the following range of total distribution of the species in Africa, northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan to the south-west, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, South Kenya, in eastern Uganda, Tanzania, southern Mozambique, Swaziland, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and Namibia, and then, north by Angola in the south-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo According to CITES, the species is found in Lesotho, Rwanda and Djibouti. black mamba is not commonly at altitudes above 1000 meters (3300 feet) also if the distribution of black mamba reaches 1,800 meters (5,900 feet) in Kenya and 1650 meters (5410 feet) in Zambia. black mamba was recorded in 1954 in West Africa, in the region of Dakar, Senegal.
Distribution Western The black mamba contains gaps in the Central African Republic, Chad, Nigeria and Mali. black mamba is suitable for a wide variety of climates, savannah, forests, farmland, rocky hills, dense forests and swamps wetlands. prairie and savanna woodland / shrubs that extend all the way south and east of Central Africa and West East and Africa Southern are the typical habitat of the black mamba. The snake prefers outcrops in arid, semi-arid and dry savanna like, light wood, and rocks. thick black mambas make use of abandoned termite mounds and hollow trees for refuge.
A long distances the black mamba can travel 11-19 km / h (6.8 to 12 mph), but it can reach a speed of 16-20 km / h (9.9 to 12 mph) over short distances, and was registered at a speed of 23 km / h (14 mph), making it the fastest land snake in the world. territory is a black mamba snake, have a house in general in favor of a termite abandoned tree hollow or a newspaper, or a crack in the rock. Even if a snake is generally shy and reserved (often trying to escape when a shock), when cornered, the black mamba can put a formidable defense demonstration and aggression. many experts have cited the black mamba snake snake as aggressive in the world, given the tendency to actively attack without provocation. You can see an amazing amount of tenacity, courage and the aggression when cornered, during the breeding season or when it comes to defending their territory, according born Swaziland snake and snake handler Thea Litschka-Koen expert."Black Mambas kill a dog or multiple dogs if it feels threatened and it happens very often.
Snakes crossed the garden when he was attacked by dogs. strike defensive bite all dogs come to us.'s snake bite him in several places on your body as well and died a week later. "Similarly, black mamba, were to confront witnesses, bite and kill lions and other large predators such as hyenas and leopards in the defense of their territory, eggs, or when predators are among snakes and their prey. Black Mambas reproduce once a year. Agonistic behavior of the black mamba is the fight in which opponents attempt to resolve the other head against the floor repeatedly. Beyond mating, males and females do not have male interaction find a suitable female, following a trail scent. Women prefer to wear as abandoned termite mounds. Mature females lay 15-25 eggs, which are very well hidden and save aggressively.