Snakes are not a single species, nor do they belong to a single genus. Snakes are a suborder of reptiles that contains 3,400 known species in over 500 genera. They belong to the suborder Serpentes in the order Squamata.
Snakes are not a part of the species. Snakes are reptiles, but reptiles are a class, not a species. There are more than 3,000 known species of snake.
There are about 2,900 species of snakes. They belong to 18 different families. 15 belong to the infraorder Alethinophidia, and 3 belong to Scolecophidia.
Pythons are snakes that belong to the genus Python. There are multiple species of python.
About 130 species Answer Worldwide, there are about 2900 species of snake. Snakes belong in the Order Squamata, Suborder Serpentes/Ophidia.
Snakes are not a species, they form the subclass serpentes with about 500 known genera.
A snake is an organism that is a third-order heterotroph. Snakes belong to the third trophic level. There are approximately 3,000 species of snakes.
Snakes belong to the subphylum vertebrata.
Snakes in general aren't endangered species. Snakes in general aren't endangered species.
There are many genus and species of snakes, and in North America there are five entire families. These are colubrids (rat snakes, king snakes, garter snakes), elapids (coral snakes), viperids, leptotyphlopids (rare slender, blind snakes), and boids (pythons). All snakes belong to the order squamata, which are of the class reptilia, phylum chordates, in the animal kingdom.
Snakes are reptiles.
Snakes do no belong to a specific genus. Snakes are a diverse group that includes over 500 genera (genuses). They form the suborder Serpentes .
They belong to the family 'Animalia'
Snakes belong to the suborder serpentes, which is a large classification than a genus. There are 456 different genera (plural of genus) of snakes.
Milk snakes are a species of King snakes.
Mules cannot belong to a species of their own because they are sterile hybrids, but they do belong to both of the species that horses and donkeys belong to. These species are Equus caballus and Equus asinus.
Australia has around 140 species of native land snakes, and another 32 sea snakes. There are about 100 species of venomous snakes.
Snakes belong to the order Squamata.
No, they do not belong to the same species. Horses belong to E.ferus and donkeys belong to E.africanus.
Snakes and lizards are reptiles.
There are 140 species of land snakes in Australia, and a further 32 sea snake species. There are five families of snakes found in Australia. four of these families occur on land. And several species of sea-snakes.# Pythons # Front-fanged Venomous Snakes # Tree Snakes # Blind Snakes # Sea Snakes
Snakes belong to the Class Reptilia, Order Squamata, Suborder Serpentes/Ophidia. There are about 2900 species of snake with many genera in each suborder.
Lots of species are non-venomous. There are roughly 3,500 species of snake on the planet - of these, only around 400 species are actually venomous. Non-venomous species include Pythons, Boas, Corn snakes, Grass snakes, Rat snakes etc etc etc...
Yes, most species of snakes can interbreed with other species but the result is usually a sterile hybrid.
They belong in a lot but usually one with snakes.