Hognose snake adaptations

Hognose snake adaptations

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  • Snake Adaptations By: Blake Bertrand
  • Bleep! Bleep! Minding my own bizz.
  • Snakes can be very, defensive.Truth is they are more afraid of you than you are of them.
  • I hate snkaes i just need to get home.
  • DON'T PANIC WHEN BIT! If snake does not show any signs of letting go simply follow these steps. 
  • How snake venom is harmful
  • Oui oui je am venomous MOWHAHAHAHAH
  • When bit you want to follow these simple steps. Especially when the dragon doesn't show signs of letting go. 1): Try to wash it away by pouring water in it's mouth. 2): If water did not work you can more than likely get rid of the dragon by taking vinegar and pouring just enough for it to taste.   
  • Monsieur je voulais juste une bouchée
  • Fangs are sharp, long, hollow or grooved teeth that are connected to a small sac in the snake's head behind its eyes. These sacs produce a poisonous liquid calledvenom. When a snake bites, venom is released and starts to work immediately to kill or paralyze the prey.
  • These snakes are willing to use venom to ward off their preditors. This is a huge sign that they want to live and thrive. Doing anymeans necessary.
  • Oui monsieur is correct. We is the fearless.
  • In conclusion, snakes are not at all fearless. Over time they have built up and adaptaiont to eat and live normal just by building up a venom.
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