Snake Facts – Interesting Facts about Snakes
Amazing Snake Facts
Snakes can open their mouth up to 150 degrees.
New Zealand has no terrestrial snakes.
Mortality rate of a Black Mamba snake bite is nearly 100%.
The largest, heaviest, and longest snake ever discovered is the Titanobao that lived 60 million years ago.
There are no snakes in Ireland because being cold-blooded they can’t survive the frozen ground.
Some snakes are capable of “virgin births,” meaning asexual reproduction.
Lebanon military commandoes eat live snakes, a tradition to display their daring and strength.
Snakes can sense animals approaching them by detecting faint vibrations in air and on the ground.
King cobra is the world’s largest snake, and its venom is strong enough to kill an elephant.
Snakes that live in colder climates hibernate through winter months and it is called as brumation.