A snake's home is called a nest or a burrow depending on the particular type of snake. A nest represents the home of a snake that lives alone. A den is a home for snakes that live communally.
Likewise, do snakes like the heat or cold?
Though they are found all over the world, snakes do not, however, like the cold. This is because they are cold blooded or ectothermic. This means that they don't have the means to regulate their body temperature like warm blooded creatures.
Where do snakes live habitat?
Snakes are found throughout the world except Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland and New Zealand. Most snakes are found in tropical regions. Snakes are found in many habitats including in the water, forests, deserts and prairies.
Why do snakes look shiny?
Most snakes have a outer layer of scales over their skins. Now they are mostly transparent (the colour shades are because of the skin underneath). These scales also has fine ultrastructure which causes brilliant diffraction and scattering of light. This gives the snake scales bright colouration.
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