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What Environment Does A Snake Have To Live In?

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Snakes are cold-blooded reptiles. Their sight is impaired and they are legless. Consequently, they crawl over the ground. Snakes are of different types and can have different habitats depending upon their body structure. Thus, snakes having flattened body have to live in an aquatic environment. The snakes that have long and slender bodies and prehensile tail have in live in trees or arboreal habitat. Snakes with compact bodies have to live in terrestrial habitat. Generally, forests are a natural environment of these snakes. They are even found in deserts and prairies.

Snakes feel vulnerable in the open. They also possess venomous glands due to which they are feared by the people. Thus, these animals live in hiding and even are equipped with camouflage apparatus for their safety. They have colours similar to those found in their environments that protect them from their predators.
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It would be best to buy your snake from the pet store so they can tell you while you are in there
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Forest or jungle
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In a forest or a fish pond or even the sea,and sometimes bellies of carnivores or even a paw of a kitten, they love to play with them, as do dogs.

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