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  • 2. Snake facts
    • Snakes are reptiles.
    • There are about 3000 species of snakes in the world.
    • And 375 of them are venomous .
  • 3. Were do snake’s live
    • The king cobra lives in forest.
    • Other snakes live in rivers holes rock’s water grass land’s and caves.
    • Some snakes can live in Asia,Europe,North America,Africa,Australia and North America.
  • 4. Snake Jaws
    • Did you know that snake jaws are not together that means that snakes jaws are not hooked up at the back of their mouth and that makes it possible to eat big meals bigger than their heads.
    • Snakes have tubes at the bottom of their mouths the tube comes out to get air when the mouth is full .
  • 5. Snakes natural predators!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Snakes natural predators are larg birds wild boars mongoose raccoons fox cyotes even other snakes .
  • 6. Snake skin foot wear .
    • Snake skin boots Snake skin heels
  • 7. Water Moccasin Cottonmouth
    • Vary in color while maturing
    • In defense it will coil and open its mouth
    • Does not have to be coiled to strike
  • 8.
    • Habitat: Wet & Dry areas around wood piles. Feed on frogs, small rodents
    Southern Copperhead
  • 9.
    • These reptiles that are commonly found in the garden are also referred to as 'garter snake'.
    • The garden snake's habitat is spread all over North America.
    • The garden snakes can be aggressive or docile, depending on the species they actually belong to.
  • 10. This is a picture of a venomous snake it’s a rattle snake.
    • Found in palmettos, pinewoods, bushy & grassy areas.
    • Largest of the rattlers
    • Strike & Recoil in ¼ Second.
    • Does not have to coil to strike.
  • 11. Did you know?
      • Did you know that a python can swallow a full size deer whole.
    • This is a picture of a Burmese python.
  • 12. Water Snakes!!!!!
    • Water Snakes are non-venomous.
    • The harm full water snake will eat birds and small mammals and would feed on fish and frogs.
    • Water Snakes can climb and they rest on branches.
  • 13. Hawaiian snake
    • Did you know that the Hawaiian snake’s real scientific name is the Ramphotyphlops Braminus .
  • 14. Cobras.
    • Cobras diet is rodents birds and other snakes.
    • There is not only the cobra there is the king cobra.
    • This is a picture of a cobra.
  • 15. Tiger snake.
    • The tiger snake was found in southern and eastern Australia.
    • The tiger snake is venomous and if you threatened or disturbed they will attack.
  • 16. Coral Snake
    • Related to the Mamba & Cobra
    • Not a viper. Will have a slender head
    • Venom is a neurotoxin which attacks the nervous system causing paralysis. The most potent venom!
  • 17. Pigmy Rattlesnake
    • Aggressive
    • Rattle sounds like an insect buzz
    • Habitat: Same as diamondback
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