National Serpent Day - 2021-02-01
What is National Serpent Day?
Snakes are both revered and feared. They are associated with medicine, good, evil, fertility, etc. There are nearly 3,000 species of snakes in the world. The smallest snake is called the Barbados thread snake. The longest snake is the reticulated python. Nonvenomous snakes use different methods to kill their prey. Some strike with venom, and others squeeze them to death. Regardless of the method, all snakes swallow their food whole. Some eat large amounts, like pythons, and others eat smaller amounts, like garter snakes. Most snakes have scales, which makes them reptiles. They’re cold-blooded and must regulate their body temperature externally. In arid climates, scales trap moisture and reduce friction as the snake moves. Some species of snakes lack scales, but even those still have scales on their bellies.
When is National Serpent Day?
National Serpent Day is celebrated on February 1 annually!
History of National Serpent Day
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