Snake Facts – Interesting Facts about Snakes

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Facts About Snakes

Most snakes lay eggs, but some species give birth to young..

A group of snake is called a den, pit, bed, or best.

African gaboon viper has the longest fangs measuring more than 2 inches or 5 cm.

World’s fastest snake is black mamba that can move at up to 20 km/hr.

Fear of snakes is caked ophiophobia.

Some animals like the Mongoose are immune to snake’s venom.

Brahminy Blind Snake or flowerpot snake species are solely made of females, and does not need a mare to reproduce.

Snakes fangs last about 6 to 10 weeks and when a fang wears out, a new one grows.

Lucia racer is the rarest and endangered snake.

Snakes can live from 4 to 25 years, depending on the species.