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Snakes

Vipers, Rattlesnakes, Anacondas...

Even though snakes have no limbs, eyelids or ears, they are highly evolved predators with more than 2,900 species. All snakes eat other animals, opening their jaws wide to swallow their prey whole. The shape of a snakes body usually signifies where it livesin trees, underground or in water.



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