Snakes are cold-blooded. They become cold if the temperature gets cold. Since snakes cannot maintain their own body temperature, they move to warmer climates to stay warm. More »

Some examples of cold blooded animals are snakes, fish, crocodiles, lizards, frogs and turtles. As a general rule, most amphibians, reptiles and fish are cold blooded. Cold blooded animals cannot maintain their body temp... More »

Cold-blooded animals include reptiles, insects and amphibians such as frogs, lizards, snakes, toads, turtles, salamanders, fish, dragonflies and bees. Cold-blooded animals do not keep a stable body temperature and their ... More »

Grass snakes do not bite. If cornered, they inflate the body, hiss and strike with the mouth closed. Grass snakes are similar in appearance to the adder, and the two snakes are often confused. More »

Copperhead snakes swim, although they usually spend the most time on land. Copperheads are found in wetlands and rocky, forested areas and sometimes take shelter in rotting wood. They sometimes climb into low bushes or t... More »

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Lime does not repel snakes. The best way to keep snakes away is to remove potential habitats and food sources. For instance, removing piles of wood reduces the number of insects that snakes eat. More »

Moth balls do not normally repel snakes, notes the National Pesticide Information Center. Snakes did not hesitate to cross over moth balls in a study performed by the University of Nebraska. More »

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