Amazing facts of Snakes

  • The world’s most dangerous snake is the Saw-Scaled Viper, which bites more people every year than any other snake.
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  • The dead head of a dead snake can bite even a few hours after its death, that is why one should stay away from the dead snake’s head.
  • According to scientists, snakes have evolved from the ancestors of four-legged reptiles, but with time, snakes lost their legs and they became crawling creatures.
  • Scientists believe that snakes bite humans more because of humans being afraid of snakes.
  • Fear of snakes in humans is one of the most common Phobia around the world which is known as Ophiophobia.
  • The hotter the snake’s body, the quicker it can digest its prey. Generally, it takes 3 to 5 days for a snake to digest its food.
  • It takes several weeks to months for snakes like anaconda to digest their food, the digestive system of anaconda snake is the slowest in the world.
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  • The world’s heaviest snake is the anaconda, its weight is 595 pounds (270 kg) and it can be more than 16 feet (5 meters) long.
  • You will be surprised to know that anaconda snake can also hunt humans and it can swallow deer, fox, beaver etc. along with humans.
  • Snakes are creatures that come under the category of carnivorous creatures, which do not have eyelids on their eyes.
  • Snakes swallow their food instead of chewing because snakes do not have chewing teeth in their mouth.
  • The jaws of snakes are flexible, due to which they can swallow prey bigger than their head.
  • You will be surprised to know that snakes have inner ears but no outer ears.
  • There are about 3000 different species of snakes found in the world.
  • Snakes change their skin several times in a year, and remove the old skin of the body from the body which is called Kechli.
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  • Some species of snakes, such as Cobras and Black Mambas, use venom to kill their prey.
  • Do you know that snakes use their tongue to smell.
  • The snake species python, to kill its prey, tightly coils around the victim and suffocates the victim with the pressure of the coil.
  • Some sea snakes that live in water can partially breathe through their skin, allowing for longer dives under water.
  • Anacondas are large, non-venomous snakes found in South America that can be up to 5 meters (16 feet) in length.
  • Python Snake is called the world’s largest snake. For your information, let us tell you that these snakes can grow more than 8.7 meters (28 feet) in length.
  • Snake skin is smooth and dry. 23.  There are about 725 species of venomous snakes around the world.
  • A small sized snake takes 3 to 5 days to digest its food and the favorite food of these snakes are the babies of rats and rabbits.
  • The Flowerpot Snake does not require a female partner for reproduction because these snakes are bisexual.
  • The heaviest snake in the world is anaconda and its weight can be more than 595 pounds.
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  • Anaconda snake can hold its breath under water for ten minutes. 28.  Do you know that snakes sleep with their eyes open.
  • The world’s most venomous snake is the King Cobra of Asia, which is found from India to the whole of Asia. In India, it is known by the names of Kala Nag, Nag Devta etc.
  • King Cobra snake is considered one of the most intelligent snakes.
  • The world’s fastest crawling snake is Black Mamba, which disappears from human eyes as soon as it blinks.
  • You will be surprised to know that snakes kill more than 40,000 people in a year.
  • The world’s 10 deadliest snakes are found in Australia, which includes from Black Mamba to King Cobra.
  • Snakes can open their mouth up to 150 degrees.
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  • Snakes can survive without food for 2 years and these creatures like to live in moist or dry weather.
  • You will be surprised to know that the venom of King Cobra snake found in India has the ability to kill a huge elephant.
  • The venom of Inland Taipan Snake has the ability to kill 80 humans at a time.
  • Where does the rattle snake of Rattle Snake species go, because this snake makes rattle-like sound through the movement of its tail.
  • For your information, let us tell you that horns are found on the head of Rattle Snake.
  • Some species of snakes have more than 200 teeth but these teeth cannot be used for chewing food.
  • According to scientists, the length of snakes was up to 50 feet in ancient times and strong evidence of this has been found from the fossils of snakes of ancient times.
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  • You will be surprised to know that more people die due to the fear of snake bites than they die from snake bites.
  • You will be surprised to know that every attack of snakes on humans is successful. For your information, let us tell you that the total strike rate of snakes’ attacks on humans is.
  • Snakes change their skin at least 3 times a year
  • Flying species of snakes are also found in the world, which travel from one tree to another by flying.
  • ​​There are two types of snake venom. In which the venom of some snakes engulfs the human nervous system and the venom of some snakes destroys human tissues.
  • Do you know that snakes can vomit like humans, snakes often vomit when they feel threatened, due to which their body weight is reduced and they run faster.
  • The average life of a healthy snake is 15 to 20 years, but there are some snake species (Anaconda, Python) which can live up to 50 years.
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  • Leptotyphlops Carlae is the smallest snake in the world, whose maximum size can be only 4 or 5 inches.
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