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The slowest mode of snake locomotion is rectilinear locomotion, which is also the only one where the snake does not need to bend its body laterally, though it may do so when turning. In this mode, the belly scales are lifted and pulled forward before being placed down and the body pulled over them.

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There are more than 3,000 species of snakes in the world and there is at least one type of snake on every continent except Antarctica. While the snake has a bad rap as a pest, snakes can often be ...

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What Do Snake Droppings Look Like? How to Identify Snake Feces. When snakes excrete waste, it is actually a mixture of feces and urine that looks white and is more of a liquid than a solid, much like bird droppings. The pests' waste may contain bones, hair, scales, and other indigestible materials leftover from meals.

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When you dream about snakes, chances are that the meaning of what you just dreamed about is related to challenging issues and feelings that you're facing in your daily life. According to Freud's classic dream interpretation theory, a snake featured in a dream represents a phallic symbol that could be associated to a male figure, male energy or how you experience your sexuality.

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Snakes: Facts. See the Top 10 Questions. Snake Basics. Snakes are vertebrates — that means they have a skeleton, which in the case of snakes is mostly a skull and lots and lots of rib bones. They do not have ears as most of us think of an ear. They do have a sensory ear bone, called the columella, which detects vibrations.

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What Do Snakes Eat? According to VCA Hospitals, all snakes are carnivores and prefer to eat whole prey items. The specific prey items depend on the snake species and the size of the snake. It is important to know what prey animals are best for the diet of a given snake species before feeding the snake. Some species prefer to eat warm-blooded ...

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Best Answer: Bites from corns and kings really don't hurt. A pin prick or a cat scratch at worst. If a snake bites you and lets go quickly, it is no problem. Put the snake back in the cage, wash the wound off with water, put on some neosporin, and put a band aid over it, if you feel like it is necessary.

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Normally what a snake will do is constrict around the bird until it is dead and then swallow the bird whole just like it does with majority of the foods it eats. Smaller snakes are less likely to eat birds but if they are easy prey they will try and feed on birds.

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Snake venom is highly modified saliva containing zootoxins which facilitates the immobilization and digestion of prey, and defense against threats. It is injected by unique fangs after a bite, and some species are also able to spit their venom.

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