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Considering they don't hae ears, theyare sensitive to ground movement lige: Stomping, Jumping etc. And colder temperatures.

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What is the organ called the detects heat from snakes?

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Why do snakes have there tongues out when they are searching for pray?

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How does the snake retina differ from that of other vertebrates?

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What snakes are water snakes?

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