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Green anaconda (South America) 19.6-26.2 ft. long Boa constrictor (Central and
South America) 6.5-13 ft. long Asian sunbeam snake (Southeast Asia) 3.3-4.3 ft.
long Western coral snake (U.S. and Mexico) 16-22 in. long Champion ...
Calif or nian king snake (North America) 2.9-5.9 ft. long Northern adder/ Common
European viper ^▻^%! *W (Europe and northern Asia) □ j^-" |f 26-35 in. long
Hunting and feeding Snakes are carnivores — this means that. South American ...
The venom kills the prey very quickly. Catching a caiman The biggest snakes,
such as pythons and anacondas, can overpower animals as large as crocodiles.
The huge green anaconda spends much of its life in the rivers of South America,
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - 777100987 - LibraryThing
This book could be used in one of my lessons on ecology or evolution. Many environmental features associated with particular species of snakes are demonstrated. The author is accurate in all of her ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bperkins07 - LibraryThing
Genre: This is a good example of an informational book. It has many facts about snakes in different areas, for example how snakes move, how they are born, how they eat and hunt, or they are camouflaged, and their habitats, among other things. Read full review