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The snake is a reptile with an elongated body. It moves in waves. It has no legs, and its cylindrical body is covered with scales. The snake hears nothing because it has no eardrum.
Snakes are carnivorous reptiles without limbs and with a cylindrical body. However, you may encounter three other body types: triangular dorsally flattened and laterally flattened.
Still called ophidians, their bifid tongue distinguishes them, eyelidless eyes, articulated skull, and movable jaws. These reptiles vary in size, depending on the species.
Blind snakes of the family Typhlopidae, for example, can reach 10 cm in adulthood, while the green anaconda or the reticulated python can grow up to 10 m long.
Over time, these types of reptiles can be found in the most varied biotopes and the most challenging climates.
However, the more abundant species mainly live in warm areas to warm up their large bodies more quickly and efficiently.
They avoid polar and sub-polar environments where the cold numbs them and causes their death. You will, therefore, encounter snakes more often in tropical, equatorial, and warm temperate regions.
Besides, they live on land most of the time, but other species also reside in water.
For a more peaceful life, reptiles are continually looking for an area with a relatively high temperature that allows their bodies to function normally.
Known as ectotherms, they expose themselves to the sun during cold weather and take shelter during hot weather. This behavior is called thermoregulation.
For the subsistence of their species, they reproduce from the eggs laid and incubated by the female. But others keep them in their bosom until they hatch.
For food, venomous snakes bite their prey and wait for the venom to act. Then they follow it and ingest it. Non-venomous snakes, on the other hand, absorb their victim directly.