What do you call a group of cobras?
A group of cobra is called a quiver. A cobra (pronunciation (helpinfo)) is a snake and usually a venomous member of the family Elapidae (elapids). The name is short for cobra de capello (or cobra di capello), which is Portuguese for snake with hood, or hood-snake. When disturbed, most of these snakes can rear up and spread their neck (or hood) in a characteristic threat display. However, not all snakes referred to as cobras are of the same genus, or even of the same family.
More Cobra Trivia...
Cobra Related Discussions in Social Media
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/dailyste/public_html/animalprints.co/what-do-you-call.php on line 308