Snakes do in fact have tails, their tail begins at their cloaca (butt) and continues to the end of their length. Also, in general, males do have longer and also more robust tails because their tail is where they keep their sexual organs.
There are a number of species that mimic a rattlesnake by vibrating their tails. Corn snakes certainly do (some - but not all of my own corn snakes do this !)
No, snakes do not have eyes on their tail. Snakes see by flicking their tongue "to taste the air".
Rattle snakes will rattle their tail if they feel threatened
they have tails, eggs, no legs, a bunch of ribs
no... but they hav forked tongues!
By shaking there tails.
No snakes don't regrow their tails, that's a lizard thing.
No. Those snakes that are venomous inject venom through fangs in their mouths.
they shuv their tails in eachothers mouth !!
Snakes and snails and puppy dog tails.
No. Bull Snakes typically hunt and eat Rattle Snakes, and the snake is typically a solitary animal. However, Bull Snakes will mimic Rattle Snakes by flattening themselves and shaking their tails.
Snakes have pelvic bones for the same reason we have tail bones. Evolution. At some point in the history of life, snakes had legs and humans had tails.
Yes - a snakes tail begins at the vent - it's the same with all snakes.
Yes, the eggs come out of the vent or the butt.
Bearded dragons usually wiggle their tails when they see moving food. They do this the same reasons some snakes do its just what they do.
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A wide variety of ways - desert snakes are highly resistant to water loss, sea snakes have paddle-shaped tails to help them swim, arboreal snakes are often thin and look like twigs.
Most snakes will bite in self-defense, including milk snakes, but that does not necessarily make them dangerous. Milk snakes are not rattlesnakes, though they do rattle their tails, and are not poisonous. A milk snake's bite it an irritation at most.
Snakes don't like the tops of their heads or their tails touched. You can safely pet a tame snakes body and some like under their chin to be scratched as well
Snakes might get mad if they are cornered or are afraid that you will hurt them. Snakes that are angry will often coil into a small ball, rear their head up to strike out, or rattle their tails to warn you of the danger.
they have flat like tails that help them to swim and the have valved nostrils
no the are harmless! unless you grad the and the use their only defence on you (they bite)
Snakes legs with a side of powered hens teeth, and ape tails.
Snakes have adapted to living in rainforests by being able to camouflage themselves in their environment. They also are able to use their tails to climb trees.
Yes, corn snakes are non venomous snakes. They are often mistaken for copper heads and rattle snakes because of their saddle-backed pattern and their ability to vibrate their tails, so that it sounds like rattling. But they are harmless and usually docile.