Snake are reptile which resembles like lizards and they have the ability to go anywhere. Snakes can also climb to the high rise buildings and trees. It is a long creature which takes circular shapes and moves from one place to another. The tongue of a snake is a forked one and flicks regularly in and out. There are various sizes of snakes from small to big. Some species of snakes are very poisonous that it could kill anyone. The venom of snakes is also used in various medicines.
Ten Lines on Snake in English
We are giving ten lines on snake in English through which you will understand as what is snake, what is the internal structure of a snake, what is the condition of a snake’s eyes, how a snake listens, what function a snake’s tongue performs, what is the structure of a snake’s skin, where snakes are not found etc.
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10 Lines on Snake – Set 1
1) A snake is reptile which does not have legs but it can move from one place to another by crawling.
2) Snakes are vertebrates which mean they have backbone in their body.
3) A snake has a long, slim and flexible body with scaly skin.
4) Snake’s eyes do not move and it does not have common eye lid.
5) Some types of snakes have a special gap or pit located near their eyes which helps to detect even a small change in temperature.
6) Snakes don’t have ears but have an ear bone called ‘Columella’ to detect vibrations.
7) Snakes have long forked tongue which is used to detect food in nearby place or to stay away from their enemies.
8) The skin of the snake is made up of many layers of scale which is the thin flat layers of skin to protect a reptile.
9) Snakes grow throughout their life and they shed out their old skin as a routine process of their growth.
10) Snakes can be found in almost all parts of the world except New Zealand and Ireland.
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10 Lines on Snake – Set 2
1) There are 3400 species of snakes which are known to the world.
2) Brazil has most species of snakes in the world with around 375 species.
3) The most poisonous snakes are found in south east Asia and Australia like Brown Snakes, Copperheads, Death Adder, Tiger Snake and Taipan Snake.
4) The poison of ‘King Cobra’ has the ability to kill an Elephant and it is the world’s longest poisonous snake.
5) A snake is a carnivorous creature which means it eats rats, rodents, mice, birds etc.
6) Anacondas and Pythons are the two species which can live up to one year once they take their food.
7) Snakes are not able to chew or bite their food; they swallow it directly.
8) Snakes kill almost 40,000 people annually around the world however there are only 30 species which could kill human beings.
9) 'Snake Island' in Brazil has 5-10 snakes per square meter and it has been declared as no human zone.
10) Some species of snakes lay eggs while other give birth directly to their babies that have to feed themselves by their own.
Set - 3
1) Snake is the living form of ancient lizards on the earth.
2) There are more than 3500 species of snakes on earth.
3) Snake can be found in every region of the world except very few places.
4) The whole body of the snake is covered by scaly skin.
5) Snake's eyes because of their immovable eyelids seem as if they are staring.
6) It has internal ears but lack the external ear opening.
7) It uses its excellent smelling power to catch its prey.
8) Snake move in a zigzag manner instead of moving in a straight direction.
9) Snake is carnivorous in nature and feed on insects, amphibians, earthworms, etc.
10) It swallows its food as a whole without chewing it.
Set - 4
1) Snake is a cold-blooded creature inhabiting both land and water.
2) It never cause any harm to human beings until it is disturbed by them.
3) Snake shed its old skin and this process is called molting.
4) The process of shedding skin in snake results in the replacement of old skin by new and getting rid of parasites sticking to the old skin.
5) Green Anaconda is the heaviest snake species weighing 97.5kg.
6) The venom in poisonous snakes is stored in the venom gland present behind their head.
7) The fangs present in the mouth of poisonous snakes are used by them to inject venom during biting.
8) Snake is also consumed as a food in many countries of the world.
9) Activities like snake charming and snake mongoose fight come under the exploitation of wild animals.
10) The festival of Nag Panchami celebrated every year in India is dedicated to snakes.
Snakes also play an important role in most religions. In Hinduism, a festival ‘Naag Panchami’ is celebrated where people worship snakes and feed them milk. Many people die in India due to snake bites, especially in rainy seasons. Only a few snakes are poisonous, but still, snakes are killed out of fear whenever they are seen. Snakes are also used by snake charmers to earn their livelihood. Snake’s venom is used worldwide in various types of medicines to save the lives of people.