Strange & Weird facts about Snakes | Buzz Facts about Serpentes or Snakes

By | February 19, 2017

God has created many amazing creations on the earth and in that, one of the amazing reptiles is Snake. Some people fear from snakes and some have an attraction towards snake to study them. 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. Snakes are the beautiful creation of nature and are very dangerous but how much is dangerous and how much not. So, today we relate you to some Strange & Weird facts about Snakes | Buzz Facts about Serpentes or Snakes

 

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Strange & Weird facts about Snakes | Buzz Facts about Serpentes or Snakes

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  • There’s an Island in Brazil where civilians are restricted to visit because it has up to 5 snakes per square meter.

 

  • The decapitated head of a dead snake can still bite, even hours of after death. These types of bites usually contain huge amounts of venom.

 

  • The top ten deadliest snakes can be found in Australia.

 

  • Snake charmers have locked 725 species of poisonous snakes. In that group, only 250 are lethal to humans with just one bite.

 

  • More people are killed each year by bees than snakes.
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  • Big pythons and boa snakes have traces of back legs over from millions of years of evolution.

 

  • Snake takes up to five days to digest its last meal. While in bigger snakes like an anaconda, the digestion process takes up to weeks rather than days.

 

  • A snake uses its forked tongue to smell.

 

  • Snakes can open their mouth up to 150 degrees.
  • The mortality rate from a bite of a Black Mamba snake is almost 100%.Strange facts about Snake surprise Amazing facts about Snakes

 

  • The Titanoboa lived 60 million years ago and is the largest, longest, and heaviest snake ever discovered.Strange facts about Snake which surprise | Amazing facts about Snakes

 

  • Snakes live on everywhere on Earth except Ireland, Iceland, New Zealand, and the North and South Poles.

 

  • Some animals, such as the Mongoose, have an immune system to tolerate snake venom.

 

  • Only 70% of snakes lay eggs. The rest that lives in colder climates deliver live birth baby snakes.

 

  • One drop of the Beaked Sea Snake venom can kill 3 adult men.

 

  • Snakes don’t have eyelids.

 

  •  Rattlesnake rattles are made of rings of keratin, which is the same material as found in human hair and fingernails. A rattler will add a new ring each time it sheds its skin.Strange facts about Snake which surprise | Amazing facts about Snakes

 

  • Some snakes survive for up to two years without a meal.

 

  • A snake’s fangs usually last about 6–10 weeks. When a fang wears out, a new one grows in its place.

 

So, these are Strange & Weird facts about Snakes | Buzz Facts about Serpentes or Snakes

 

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