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Snake Adaptation
Updated: 4/27/2020
Snake Adaptation
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  • Originally, snakes were not poisonous and they could live carefree in their environment.
  • But when predators like the fox showed up, their numbers started to decrease.
  • As a result, over many years, the snakes in some regions of the world created an adaptation. They developed venom to help defend themselves against predators like the fox.
  • Now that some snakes could defend themselves, their numbers became more popular in certain areas of the world while non-venomous snakes decreased while the venomous ones increased.
  • Now there are 600 different species of venomous snakes out of the 3,000 species of snakes that defend themselves against predators.
  • As adaptations are ever-changing, I predict that more species of snakes might become venomous in the future, for predators, like humans, may force them to change.
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