The Eco Film on Friday, October 16th:
Secrets of the King Cobra

Secrets of the King Cobra - photo taken from the National Geographic website

Genre: Documentary. Producers: John Bowman, Joy Galane, Richard Matthews, Michael Rosenfeld, John Rubin, and Romulus Whitaker. USA, 2007. 53 minutes.

Secrets of the King Cobra is an unprecedented journey into the natural history of the wild King Cobra, following them into their world-revealing what they do, where they go, and who they interact with-when we are not around. And surprisingly, the people of India are very much a part of the story. Early evidence suggests that kings might be more intertwined with humans than previously thought, making this project more important than ever. It is a close and personal look into the secret life of the King – and the best chance we have of ensuring the survival of this legendary snake.

Watch the trailer on the Nation Geographic Channel website.

Secrets of King Cobra - Filmteam

The Filmteam (from left to right): Sandesh Kadur, Andy Brandy Casagrande IV, Andrew Mitchell, Gerard Martin, hannah – Ophiophagus hannah aka King Cobra