Cobra vs. Puma

Cobras and pumas are two pretty amazing animals – each species exhibits unique characteristics.

Plus, both are skilled predators that have adapted to survive in their respective environments


Cobras inhabit various habitats, including forests, grasslands, and  deserts. Some species prefer living on trees, while others reside on the  ground.

Cobra Habitats

Pumas can be found in various habitats, including forests, mountains, and deserts.

Puma Habitat

Cobras typically have slim bodies and broad heads wider than their neck.

Cobra: Physical Features

Cobras are typically between 4 and 6 feet long, although some species can grow up to 18 feet long.

Cobra: Physical Features

They are able to grow up to big sizes (often 9 feet or so, including the tail)

Puma: Physical Features

Pumas are large cats with short fur that ranges in color from tan to  reddish-brown, and they have distinctive black markings on their faces,  ears, and tails.

Puma: Physical Features

Regarding behavior, cobras are known for being highly territorial and aggressive.

Behavior Traits of Cobra

Pumas are solitary animals that are primarily nocturnal.

Puma Behavior Traits

While it’s impossible to say for sure, the outcome would likely depend  on various factors, including the cobra species, the size and strength  of the puma, and the circumstances of the encounter.

Wrap Up

There is still more to learn about these incredible creatures!

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