What is a snakes home called?
i think the real name for a snakes home is a nest, or a den
a good home for snakes is a hole.......
"snakes" are called "Schlangen" in German.
Baby snakes are commonly referred to as snakelets. Newly born snakes are called neolates, while newly hatched snakes are called hatchlings. A group of snakes is called a nest
A group of snakes is called a nest
The home of a viper is usually called a den. Snakes generally do not make their own dens. They usually take it over from another animal.
Newly hatched snakes are called hatchlings. Newly born snakes are called neonates or snakelets.
You live in a wooded area and am paranoid about snakes getting in to your home how can you prevent this?
Moth Balls. Snakes hate the stuff. Sprinkle around the perimeter of the area you wish to keep snakes out. Product sold in the US called "Snake Away". Guess what it smells like...
Baby snakes are called hatchlings; between this and adulthood they are called juveniles.
Immature snakes are referred to hatchlings after emergence from their egg and are then called juveniles.
Can you put moth balls around your home to keep snakes from getting in my basement and keep them out of your home?
Mothballs will not deter snakes.
If you mean the keeping of snakes (and other reptiles) as a hobby - it's called Herpetology.
Ophidiophobia-Fear Of Snakes
No. While snakes do have young, they are not called larvae.
They're called Pond Snakes
the king of the colobreed snakes cous it eats other snakes that's y its called a king snake cous it eats other snakes
Yes there most certainly are. The Midwest is home to Garter Snakes, Hognose Snakes, Ratsnakes, Cornsnakes, Water Snakes, Copperheads, Rattlesnakes, etc.
A person who studies snakes is called a 'herpetologist'.
Snakes are born fully developed and ready to survive on their own. Newly hatched snakes could be called "hatchlings" or "neonates." Otherwise, the offspring are simply called "snakes." Older ones that aren't adults yet can be called juveniles.
A group of snakes is usually called a nest of snakes. A group of rattlesnakes would be a rhumba.
The phobia related to the fear of snakes is called ophidiophobia Ophidiophobia - Fear of snakes.
Ophiology is the study of snakes whereas Herpetology is the study of snakes and many other reptiles
snakes eat insects and small bacteria. mode of feeding is called chewing and gulping
Yes. Snakes live on every continent except Antarctica. Australia is home to some of the world's deadliest snakes.
It is said that curry leaves plants repel snakes.
A person who studies snakes is called a Herpetologist.
yes, they are called sea snakes and they are extremely deadly.
Boas is plural for multiple boa snakes.
No they dont - and neither do snakes ! Snakes defecate from an opening at the base of the tail called the cloaca !
It is called a nest
It is called the pungi.
Baby snakes where called rattle snakes. the baby snake also loses its piece when it sheds its skin for the first time. For more information, go to the related link.
YES OF COURSE
A den or nest
yes i think that
Most of the time snakes are solitary, however in some regions snakes will hibernate in a group called a hibernaculum.
A snakes tooth is called a fang
the skin is called... the skin simple as that
Snakes eyes' are covered by a transparant covering called a spectical (I think...).
A person who studies snakes - whether a scientist or not - is called a Herpetologist.
Snakes are secondary consumers, also called predators.
I believe the snow part refers to color. since snakes are reptiles and cold blooded they need heat to move and live, the colder they get the less active they are until they reach a state of hibernation, which they do in their home called dens, but if temps go low enough they will die.
Carpet snakes skin is so colorful, just like a carpet.You cannot differentiate when the snake is on a carpet.
^he female will lay 12–24 eggs deposited into a warm, moist, hidden location, such as damp soil or leaf litter. Once laid the adult snake abandons the eggs and does not return to them.
Although most of the snake species of the Philippines are harmless, it is also the home of some of the deadliest snakes in the world.
Call an exterminator
because many snakes kill rats for food which damage the crop.
The types of snakes that eats frogs are called Boa Constrictors and King Cobra's.