Tuesday, 27 March 2012

SNAKE (AS MY PET)


If I have a pet.. What pet that I want to be mine? You all want to know? Maybe some of you called me “weird”. Because of what? Because I like to have a snake as my pet… I like snake.. her body, and senses of the snake.. Wow! This crater is amazing and make me want to know very dept of this crater.
Before I continue let we discovery what type of snake actually have in world? This is for your information and it will be knowledgeable for us to know this species.
In total, there are about 2,700 different species of snakes around the world. Out of these 2,700 species of snakes, only about 375 are considered to be poisonous and deadly. There are about ten species of snakes that live in the United States that are almost extinct.

Snakes are found in almost every country in the world. However, there are some countries that have no snakes. These countries include Antarctica, Ireland, Iceland, Greenland, and New Zealand. Snakes like to dwell in tropical areas and these five countries do not have an tropical climates that would be appealing to a snake.


Most snakes are found in tropical regions where there is plenty of warm sunshine (because they are cold blooded and depend on the sun to survive), water, and food. They prefer to live in forests, deserts, and prairies


Here that something I found when I search internet about this habitat.
Types of Snakes (Non-Venomous)     Scientific Name
Brown Water Snake
Nerodia taxispilota
Banded Water Snake
Nerodia fasciata
Scarlet Snake
Cemophora coccinea
Corn Snake
Elaphe guttata
Desert Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula splendida
California Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getulus californiae
Western Coachwhip
Masticophis flagellum flagellum
Rough Green Snake
Opheodrys aestivus
Hognose Snake
Heterodon platirhinos
Ringneck Snake
Diadophis punctatus
Red Sided Garter Snake
Thamnophis sirtalis infernalis
Common Garter Snake
Thamnophis sirtalis
Ribbon Snake
Thamnophis sauritus
Red Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum syspila
Gray Banded Kingsnake
Lampropeltis alterna
Glossy Snake
Arizona elegans occidentalis
Gopher Snake
Pituophis melanoleucus catenifer
Anaconda
Eunectes murinus
Reticulated Python
Python reticulatus
Burmese Python
Python molarus bivittatus
The African Rock Python
Python sebae sebae
Green Tree Python
Morelia viridis
White Lipped Python
Leiopython albertisii
Emerald Tree Boa
Corallus caninus
Rosy Boa
Trivirgata
Yellow Snake (Jamaican boa)
Epicrates subflavus
Ball Python
Python Regius
King Rat Snake
Elaphe carinata
Baird's Rat Snake
Elaphe bairdi
Black Rat Snake
Elaphe obsoleta
Everglades Rat Snake
Elaphe obsoleta rossalleni
Red Tailed Green Rat Snake
Elaphe oxycephala
Brown House Snake
Lamprophis fuliginosus
Bull snake
Pituophis catenifer sayi
Yellow Rat Snake
Elaphe Obsoleta Quadrivittata
Mud Snake
Farancia abacura
Eastern Indigo Snake
Drymarchon couperi
Scarlet Kingsnake
Lampropeltis triangulum elapsoides
Black Racer
Coluber constrictor
Redbelly Snake
Storeria occipitomaculata
Big Bend or New Mexico Milk Snake
Lampropeltis triangulum celaenops
Ground Snake
Sonora semiannulata
Southwestern Blackhead Snake
Southwestern Blackhead Snake
Texas Long-Nosed Snake
Rhinocheilus lecontei tessellatus
Trans-Pecos Blind Snake
Leptotyphlops humilis segregus
Trans Pecos Rat Snake
Bogertophis subocularis
Western Hook-Nosed Snake
Gyalopion canum
Gray Rat Snake
Elaphe obsoleta spiloides
Mexican Night Snake
Pseudelaphe flavirufus
Taiwanese Beauty Rat Snakes
Elaphe taeniura 




                                                                                                        Fierce Snake or Inland Taipan


                                  Eastern Brown Snake



                                        Blue Krait

  

                                        Taipan

                                     Black Mamba

                                      Tiger Snake

                                     Philippine Cobra

                                         Vipers

                                      Death Adder

                                 Rattlesnake

For more information you can find here: http://listverse.com/2011/03/30/top-10-most-venomous-snakes/
Now, we have known what kinds of snake have in this world. Many types of this crater we can look. One day, I will has a snake as my pet but not a dangerous snake.. I also scary you know.
Footer: I will always love snake.. I like snake’s scale, a body of snake and snake as a predator. If I has a snake, snake will change myself a lot because to live with snake it will make my life full with surprise.

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