Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2

Snakes are the most feared and misunderstood creatures on Earth. They are often regarded as dangerous, evil, and slimy. However, snakes are truly amazing creatures that contribute greatly towards a stable ecosystem.

The snakes belong to the reptile family and are found on every continent except Antarctica. Snakes can be venomous or non-venomous. Snakes lack eyelids, instead of covering their eyes with transparent scales. 

The proteins in snake venom spread rapidly throughout the body when released into the victim. Most victims are killed by neurotoxic venom, which is the fastest killing poison. Snakes are found everywhere in the world, and they come in all shapes and sizes. 

Know anything about these amazing creatures? 99% of People Can’t Ace This Snake Quiz — Can you?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2

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What is This Snake Called?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
Eggs Are Not Laid By This Snake.
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Other pit vipers lay eggs, but the Timber Rattlesnake does not. Females keep their eggs within their bodies until they hatch. The average litter contains between five and twenty eggs.

It Is A Diurnal Snake. Most People Call This Snake __________.

Clarence River Snake Snakes of the World (1)
A diurnal snake, it feeds on frogs, small reptiles, and mammals during the day.
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Clarence River Snakes inhabit isolated pockets of coastal Queensland and northern New South Wales. A diurnal snake, it feeds on frogs, small reptiles, and mammals during the day.

Do You Know What Snake This Is?

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Snakes Like This Have A Fierce Bite.
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A Mozambique Spitting Cobra has a vicious bite. They cause severe tissue damage through their venom, which is primarily cytotoxic. There are also neurotoxic effects, such as breathing problems or drowsiness.

Upon coming into contact with a poisonous cane toad, this snake dies. What was this snake named?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
It dies when it comes into contact with the poisonous cane toad.
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The Mulga Snake can tolerate the venom of many other poisonous snakes, but it dies when it comes into contact with the poisonous cane toad. In northern Australia, the number of Mulga Snakes has been decimated by this species of toad.

Which Of The Snakes Shown In The Picture Has The Longest Lifespan?

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This snake can live up to 20 years!
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The spectacled cobra can live up to 20 years! They can be found wherever there are an abundance of rats to feast on, so they can easily hunt their prey.

Can You Identify It?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
This Snake Can Change The Color Of Their Skin Depending On The Season.
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Observations have shown that the color of the skin of captive Western Brown Snakes changes with the season. This species has more males than females.

The Venom Of This Snake Can Cause Diarrhoea, Among Other Things. What Is Its Name?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
Venom from this Snake can cause diarrhoea
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Venom from the Eastern Brown Snake can cause diarrhoea, dizziness, convulsions, renal failure, paralysis, and cardiac arrest. When bites are not treated in time, they can be fatal.

Which Species of Anaconda Is This?

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They belong to the boa family and are not venomous.
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As per Bill Heyborne, a herpetologist, there are four known species of anacondas. Green anacondas are the most common, followed by yellow anacondas, dark-spotted anacondas, and Beni anacondas. Green anacondas typically weigh 220 lbs (100 kg) or less, but some have been reported to weigh as much as 550 lbs (250 kg). However, measuring these snakes is tricky, so more research is needed to establish the true weight range of the green anaconda.

There Are Two Heat-Sensing Pits On This Snake. What Is This Slithering Snake Called?

Cottonmouth Snakes
This snake have two heat-sensing pits between their eyes and nostrils
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Cottonmouth Snakes have two heat-sensing pits between their eyes and nostrils, like all pit vipers. Snakes use these pits to pinpoint live prey and strike without needing to see them. In the evening, when most animals are warmer than the air around them, this hunting adaptation is especially useful.

Can You Identify It?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
Snakes Of This Size Can Grow To Over 12 Feet In Length.
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South American Bushmasters can grow up to 12 feet long, making them the longest venomous snakes in America. As the world's second-longest venomous snake after the King Cobra, it is also the second-shortest snake.

Identify This Snake Species…

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
It is the world’s smallest snake. These snakes eat termites and insect larvae, but little is known about their ecology and behavior.
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Barbados snakes eat termites and insect larvae, but little is known about their ecology and behavior. According to Hedges, genetic tests identified the snake as a new species of non venomous. The Barbados Thread Snake is the smallest snake in the world, just recently discovered and classified as an endangered species. Its adult length is about 3.94 inches to 4.09 inches, so it looks like an earthworm. A snake like this could easily fit on the surface of a quarter if it curled up.

Vipers Of This Type Are Considered To Be The Most Primitive Snakes. What Is Its Correct Name?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
It Is Regarded As The Most Primitive Of All Vipers.
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The Fea's Viper Is Regarded As The Most Primitive Of All Vipers. It Can Be Found In Myanmar, Southeastern Tibet, Southern China, And Northern Vietnam. A Flattened Head And Shorter Fangs Differentiate It From Other Subfamilies.

China And Southeast Asia Are Home To This Venomous Nocturnal Snake. What Is Its Name?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
During the daytime, they hide in holes or under rocks.
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There are many species of Taiwanese/Many-banded Kraits, which are nocturnal snakes that inhabit China and Southeast Asia. Although they are generally timid and placid, they can become defensive in the dark. During the daytime, they hide in holes or under rocks. They hibernate from November to April.

Which Species of Python Is This?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
The world’s longest snake attaining a maximum recorded length of 9.6 metres
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The world's heaviest snake may be the green anaconda, but the longest is the reticulated python (Malayopython reticulatus). It is not abnormal for these snakes to grow to more than 16 feet (4.9 m) in length, and some are known to grow to more than 21 feet (6.4 m). That's one big snake!

Could You Tell What The Correct Name Of This Snake Is?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
They can have orange, pink, or cream sides and underbelly.
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Colors ranging from bluish-gray to lavender or even buff give the Tiger Rattlesnake an intriguing appearance. They can have orange, pink, or cream sides and underbelly.

Can You Identify This Stunning Serpent?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
Due to its mesmerizing scale pattern, it is one of the most visually stunning serpents.
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It is amazing that the golden flying snake is one of the few species of snake that can glide through the air. A snake usually does this by climbing up to a considerable height and then leaping into the air. An underside concave depression on its body allows it to contract to create a parachute-like surface for improved gliding. It is primarily found in Southeast and East Asia where golden flying snakes live in the wild.

The Snake Is Born Mostly Red, But Can Change Color As It Grows. Can You Identify The Snake In The Photo?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
Although it is born mostly red, it can change color as an adult.
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Known as the Mexican West Coast Rattlesnake or Mexican Green Rattler, this snake lives in barren areas of Mexico and can be easily tamed to live in a zoo. Although it is born mostly red, it can change color as an adult.

Snakes Like This One Are Poisonous. What Is Its Name?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
It is India's most feared and most venomous snake.
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India's most feared and most venomous snake is the Indian Krait, or Common Krait. The mortality rate for human attacks has been reported at 7 percent. Hence, it belongs to the "big four" species.

Snakes Of This Species Are Aggressive And Dangerous. What Was This Snake Named As?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
It has a prominent, dark brown, arrow-shaped marking on its head and small, heavily keeled scales covering its body.
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Despite its small size, the Sindh Saw-Scaled Viper is a dangerous snake with an aggressive temperament. It has a prominent, dark brown, arrow-shaped marking on its head and small, heavily keeled scales covering its body. A sand, rocky, gravel or rocky habitat with sparse and scrubby vegetation is its habitat in hot, dry regions.

Daytime Bites Are Not Common For This Snake. Can You Name It?

Snake Quiz on Snakes of the World | International Snake Day Part-2
They don't bite during the day.
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Banded Kraits are not known to bite during the day. However, they can bite very viciously at night. One bite contains enough venom to kill two dozen grown men!

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