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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_skeleton

A few snakes do not conform to these categories. Atractaspis is solenoglyphous but the fangs swing out sideways, allowing it to strike without opening its mouth, perhaps allowing it to hunt in small tunnels. Scolecophidia (blind burrowing snakes) typically have few teeth, often only in the upper jaw or lower jaw. Informal or popular terminology

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Yes, snakes have spines. Your spine houses your spinal cord. The spinal cord transports messages from your brain out the nerves on each side of your vertebras (24 bones in your spine).

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Of course. Snakes have a spine, and some say that there have been signs of them having bone structures that suggest that they have had legs ^_^ (of course we know in the bible where the snake was cursed to slide on his belly and eat the dusts of the earth) =^-^= There, hope i helped! ~*WinglessAngel*~

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Do snakes really have bones? Other fun facts about snakes and interesting conspiricies! Did you know that snakes can grow to up to 30 feet long. Did you know that snakes do not have eyelids. Did you know that snakes do have bones

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Does a Snake Have a Backbone? A snake does have a backbone. In fact, the majority of bones in a snake's body are vertebrae, the cylindrical bony segments that make up the backbone or spine. Snakes can have anywhere from 130 to 500 vertebrae, depending on species and length. The vertebrae have interlocking projections on the front and back ends ...

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Do Snakes Have Spines Stinging Insects And Poisonous Spiders Of Alabama Stinging Insects and Poisonous Spiders of Alabama TWO TO THREE MILLION people in the United States are spines which penetrate the skin upon contact. The caterpillars feed upon many trees, ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hemipenis

A hemipenis (plural hemipenes) is one of a pair of intromittent organs of male squamates (snakes, lizards and worm lizards). Hemipenes are usually held inverted within the body, and are everted for reproduction via erectile tissue, much like that in the human penis.They come in a variety of shapes, depending on species, with ornamentation, such as spines or hooks.

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Snakes are reptiles, and all reptiles have spines. Slow worms (which are a kind of legless lizard) also slither and have spines. In fact, all vertebrates (which include reptiles, mammals, birds, and fish) have spines, by definition.

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BODY OF A SNAKE. In case you were wondering (cause they are soooo flexible), snakes actually do have bones. Animals with bones are know as vertebrates -- snakes are vertebrates. A snake's backbone is made up of many vertebrae attached to ribs. Humans have approximately 33 vertebrae and 24 ribs.

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Why some male bats have spines on their penises. ... The question is, why do some bats have penile spines? What are they for, and why do their sizes and shapes vary so much? Based on what we know ...