Michigan has only one rattlesnake, which is the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake.
This statement about all snakes lay eggs is incorrect. Actually there are a few species of snakes that do not lay eggs.. Example, my Columbian Boa's do not lay eggs.. My Boa gives birth to live baby snakes... A lot of snakes lay eggs, but no all of them. As for the Corn Snakes, Yes they do lay eggs. I have had several corn snakes, and they do lay eggs.
A blue-tongued skink is any of several species of Australian skinks in the genus Tiliqua.
in the summer.
they dont take baths
where do Diana monkeys eat
how does snow leopards reproduce? how does snow leopards reproduce? how does snow leopards reproduce? how does snow leopards reproduce?
* Leopard geckos * Crested Geckos * White Lined Geckos (Skunk Geckos) * Fat-Tailed Geckos * House Geckos * Tokay Geckos * Golden Geckos * Madagascar Ground Geckos * Day Geckos
There are 5 species of Prairie Dogs: black-tailed, white-tailed, Gunnison's, Mexican, and Utah Prairie Dogs. Prairie dogs make up the genus Cynomys in the family Sciuridae.
they do not require baths but a centimetre of water in the bottom of a sterilite can be benifical when they are shedding
No whales do not yawn.
No - they eat small rodents - such as young mice.
Yes, the eastern massasauga and the timber rattlesnake are both found in Indiana.
All Milk Snakes are non-venomous species.
Yes they do!
are black and white colobus monkeys herbivores
Both leopard geckos and geckos lay eggs.
Yes, Galapagos giant tortoises live in the Galapagos Islands. The islands of Santa Cruz, San Cristobal and Isabela for example have Galapagos tortoises in the wild.
Blue tailed skinks
are extinct in Hawaii.
The copperheads camouflage in the rocky areas.
Black tree monitor was created in 1874.