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The cobra has been spotted in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom in the past.

But the most famous of the cobra’s attacks has been on a dog.

Dogs are naturally shy, and it’s been a mystery how many dogs have been bitten by cobra dogs.

It’s not just dogs, either.

The last recorded attack on a human occurred in 2002 in Japan, and since then, reports of cobra attacks on humans have spiked.

The Australian Department of Agriculture and Fisheries said in March it had received nearly 200 reports of suspected cobra bites from people in the country.

The department has sent teams to patrol local parks, and in October, two dogs were caught and euthanized.

So why is cobra attacking dogs?

Diseases like Lyme disease have also been reported in the U.K. and the U,S., according to ABC News.

A report from The Telegraph last month found that people in some parts of Britain are experiencing a resurgence in Lyme disease and other ticks, with an uptick in the number of people being tested.

People with Lyme disease can become infected with Lyme bacteria, which can cause serious illness and even death.