The Cobra rock formation that once resided as part of the Fisher Tower formations near Moab has crumbled due to severe storm weather, according to suspecting experts. 

Known for it's snake-like resemblance, this popular hiking and rock climbing formation collapsed sometime last week after a series of thunderstorms passed through the area.

Officials admit they are unsure of the exact cause of the crumbling formation, but suspect that rain, wind, and thunder could have caused the Cobra formation to fall.

According to ABC no injuries or sightings of the collapse were reported.

Rock climbers will surely miss this 50-foot, desert Cobra rising from the red rock, but also recognizes that landscapes are ever-changing in the face of nature.

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