Assalam.o.Alaikum! My whole steemian friends I hope all friends will be fine by the grace of Allah. Today I shair with you interesting topic. Today I caught baby snake 🐍 from my house. He was looking so cute I love it. I like snakes .I caught snakes many times. He is very little and thin but it's length very appreciative.look the picture given below you may be impressed by its length. I caught this baby snake with my hand. I covered my hand with plastic bag and caught clearly. After some time I freed snake in the fields. Everytime when I caught snake hold few hours or menutes then freed outside where he is not danger for any person.today I shair with you interesting knowledge about snakes. I hope all friends enjoy this knowledge about snakes.lets start
A snake is a reptile with a long, thin body yet no arms or legs. Snakes are firmly identified with reptiles. There are around 2,900 species, or sorts, of snake. The most popular snakes incorporate cobras, snakes, boas, and pythons.
Where Snakes Live
Snakes are found all through the world besides close to the North and South poles. The jungles have the best assortment. Most snakes live on the ground, yet others lean toward trees. A few snakes spend their entire lives in underground passages. Ocean winds live in water.
Snakes are vertebrates, or creatures with a spine. The spine is long and adaptable. Snakes develop for the duration of their lives. The longest realized snake is the reticulated python, which can develop to 32 feet (10 meters). The goliath boa constrictor is generally not as long yet is a lot heavier. The littlest snakes are the visually impaired snakes. Some of them are scarcely 4 inches (10 centimeters) in length.
Snakes have huge jaws
Snakes have no ears or eyelids. Clear scales cover the eyes. A snake's mouth opens wide on the grounds that the lower and upper jaw can isolate. Most snakes have long, needle-sharp teeth that bend in reverse. A few snakes, including cobras and diamondbacks, have a long front or back pair of teeth called teeth. A snake's tongue is forked.
Snakes eat mice, rodents, birds, frogs, fish, bugs, reptiles, eggs, and now and again different snakes. Most snakes gulp down their prey, typically head first. The prey might be in any condition when eaten. Boas, pythons, ruler snakes, and rodent snakes are called constrictors. They loop around their prey and contract, or crush, the creature to death prior to eating it. Snakes and cobras slaughter their prey by shooting toxin, or toxic substance, into it through their teeth.
They have no ears
Without ears, snakes can't hear most sounds. Yet, they can detect when prey is close through vibrations in the ground. Snakes can see well overall, as well. Snakes flick out their tongue to "taste" the air, which gives them data about their environmental factors. Snakes don't have a voice. Notwithstanding, they can make a murmuring sound by sending air through an opening in the mouth. A snake's tone can help shield it from adversaries. A few snakes mix in with their environmental factors. For instance, many tree snakes are radiant green and take after plants. The brilliant shades of certain snakes caution aggressors that they are toxic.
Snakes change his internal heat level
Snakes are wanton creatures. This implies that their internal heat level changes alongside the temperature of their environmental factors. To endure cold seasons, a few snakes seek total isolation puts and become idle for quite a long time at a time. This resembles hibernation in warm blooded creatures.
Skin of snakes
Snakes are covered with lines of scales. Scales are solidified folds in the external layer of skin. A scale can be glossy and smooth, or it can have an edge running down the center. A snake sheds, or sheds its skin, commonly during its life.
Most snakes move by pushing the scales on the underside of their body against the ground. The body moves in a progression of S-formed circles. Some enormous snakes, like the boas, move in an orderly fashion. They inch their body forward like a caterpillar does. Different snakes move by collapsing and unfurling like an accordion. Many desert snakes utilize a development called sidewinding. They toss their body upward and sideways across the sand.
Most snakes live alone for the greater part of the year. A few sorts accumulate for mating or hibernation. Most snakes lay eggs, however others bring forth live youthful. The quantity of youthful differs from around 3 to more than 50. Upon entering the world, child snakes look like grown-up snakes. Snakes kept by individuals can live over 30 years. Snakes in the wild don't live as long.
Snakes and Humans
A few group think snakes are startling and hazardous. In any case, a snake chomps a human just when it is scared or undermined. Additionally, snakes eat rodents and mice, which the vast majority consider to be nuisances. Individuals chase snakes as a wellspring of dress and food. A few snakes are caught and sold as pets.