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Subject : Facts About Snakes

The fear of snakes is one of the most common phobias people have. It is quite understandable – some snakes are venomous, capable of killing us, so fearing them is actually just a matter of instinct.



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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:19:24 AM


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Snakes live on every continent except Antarctica and on most land masses. Exceptions include some large islands, such as Ireland, Iceland, Greenland, Hawaii, and New Zealand, as well as some small islands of the Atlantic and central Pacific Oceans.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:20:20 AM

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Snakes range in size greatly - from the tiny, 10 cm (4 in) long thread snake to the giant reticulated python that can reach up to 7 m (23 ft) in length.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:22:11 AM

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There are approximately 3,400 snake species in the world, out of which only about 600 are venomous. Out of those 600 venomous snakes, only 200 pose a serious threat to humans.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:26:02 AM

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Snakes have one of the highest occurrences of polycephaly – a rare condition of having more than one head. There have been many cases of two-headed snakes. The heads might fight each other for food.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:27:20 AM

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Snakes can live in almost any environment, ranging from jungles and deserts to lakes and mountains. Snakes have been actually found as high as 4,900 m (16,000 ft) in the Himalayas.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:34:10 AM

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The bite of the black mamba, one of the world´s most venomous snakes, can cause collapse in humans within just 45 minutes. Before antivenom was widely available, the mortality rate from this snake´s bite was nearly 100%.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:35:18 AM

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Many snakes have highly mobile jaws that enable them to swallow prey much larger than their heads.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:37:51 AM

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There is an island in Brazil, known as the Snake Island, that arguably has the highest occurrence of snakes in the world. It is estimated that there is one snake on every 1 sq m (11 sq ft).



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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:48:10 AM

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Native to tropical rainforests of South America, the green anaconda is considered the heaviest and largest snake in the world. It can reportedly exceed 227 kg (500 lb) in weight and reach almost 9 m (30 ft) in length.



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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:52:00 AM

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Venomous snakes kill about 90,000 people around the world each year. Yet, they are far from being the deadliest animals – mosquitoes, for example, cause over a million human deaths annually.


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Posted on March, 14 2017 10:53:29 AM

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There is a genus commonly known as the flying (or gliding) snakes. Native to Southeast Asia, these snakes are capable of gliding over distances as great as 100 m (330 ft).



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Posted on March, 14 2017 11:02:04 AM

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in saab saanpo zai ziada dangerous aasteen kai saanp hoty hai !

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Posted on March, 17 2017 09:22:04 PM

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