In the ocean.
No. Snakes never go into the ocean when they die.
there are 93,500 sea snakes in the pacific ocean
sea snakes move by slithering on the ocean floor.
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pacific ocean and indian where the giant opctupus is
In the deep ocean!!!
Sea snakes can be found in the warm coastal waters through the Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
Seas snakes and sea turtles live in the ocean.
Yes. Two of the deadliest snakes in the world live exclusively in the ocean.
No, there are no sea snakes on any coast of atlantic ocean(including Florida ofcourse)
no, the water will them into the ocean and drown them
Yes. Most snakes are good swimmers and sea snakes live their entire lives in the ocean. That said, even sea snake must come to the surface to breathe.
Snakes inhabit many, many ecosystems. You can find them in deserts, rain forests, temperate forests, the ocean...many places.
snakes do not live in the oceans. Some snakes have the ability to swim but don't have any gills which are required for ocean life. But in the ocean there are eels. Eels are like the snakes of the sea except that they are slimmer, slippery, and most of the time, are shorter. The moray eel and some other eels have teeth. Not the teeth that snakes have (which is only a pair of fangs) but 2 rows of small triangular teeth. if you don't want to read the long paragraph above, then read this: SNAKES DO NOT LIVE IN OCEANS.
Sea snakes Also many species of Sea turtles
Yes - they have strong venom to subdue their usual prey - fish.
No. While the largest snakes are, in theory, large enough to eat a baby dolphin (though not an adult), none of these species live in the ocean. Sea snakes are much too small to eat dolphins.
No. They need to breathe. Unless you are talking about eels or them living on the surface, there is no evidence of giant snakes in the bottom of the ocean.
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It lives in the Indian ocean, around Australia and the islands above it.
what kind of snake eats sand crabs in the pacific ocean
they either study soil in ocean water, disease or, snakes.
Some snakes live in tropical rainforests, but not all. Other types of snake inhabit temperate forests, grasslands, deserts, lakes, streams, and the ocean.