The Latin Name and Meaning of the King Cobra, the Indian Water Buffalo Having the Longest Horn of Any Animal, India’s Only Ape, the Color of Male and Female Hoolock Gibbons, the Senses of the Rhinoceros, and the Number of Fig Species Worldwide

The king cobra’s Latin name, “ophipohagus”, means “snake eater” as it commonly eats smaller snakes, and rarely if ever, anything else. Indian water buffaloes have the largest horns of any animal on Earth, often times up to 2 meters in length. The hoolock gibbon is India’s only ape. Female hoolock gibbons are brown, and the males, black. Rhinoceros’ have very poor vision but excellent hearing and incredible sense of smell. There are close to 1000 different species of fig worldwide...

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