Do Snakes Have a Nose?


Snakes do have a nose as they have nasal cavities and nostrils though unlike other animals, snakes do not use their nose to smell. Snakes flick their tongues instead to pick up scent molecules from other animals which are processed by the vomeronasal organ on the roof of their oral cavities.
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It is pretty much like a normal snake with a nose shaped like a spear.
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