Snakes have always been depicted as dark and evil reptiles, especially in movies and cartoons, but they can be fascinating creatures. Although most snake species are venomous, some of their types are harmless and can be kept as pets. If you are a snake enthusiast or interested in knowing about different snake species, then this post is for you.
Just like any other pet, snakes age too. So if you are considering getting a snake for yourself, you might be interested in knowing its age. If you don’t want to get an old snake, you need to ask the breeder before adopting one. However, you must also know the factors and characteristics by which you can tell how old a snake is.
Snakes and lizards are the members of order Squamata. Lizards have fully developed legs that they use to move, while snakes prefer to slither. There is a lot of scientific disagreement as to why and how these species evolved in distinct ways. It's safe to say that certain snakes still have the genetic code necessary to build legs and feet.
The Green tree python is a non-venomous snake with bright green colour and has a diamond-shaped head. Some of the green pythons have green, yellow or blue spots on the body while some of them have yellow or white vertebral stripes. This green species was found in the tropical rain forests of the Cape York Peninsula of Australia, Eastern Indonesia, and New Guinea.
Breaking the conventions of household pets is putting it mildly, snakes are a very big deviation from what people want as “pets”. Because, psychologically, we prefer to have pets that are cute, provide companionship...
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