Do Snakes Have Legs?


Snakes do not have legs though according to historians and researchers, they used to have legs. Legs on snakes probably disturbed some kind of movement like burrowing, rendering the legs useless. Snakes lost their legs by growing them more gradually or for a short period until the legs ultimately disappeared.
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Snakes have several adaptations that distinguish them from other reptiles. Chemo- and thermoreceptors, an extraordinary degree of cranial kinesis and, sometimes, powerful venoms.
Some snakes give birth to live babies that look just like the parents, while other types of snakes will lay eggs and will not be present for the hatching. Look here for more information
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Hind legs are needed to grip the ground. Spines, which point backward, are used to hold onto surfaces. Due to the large muscle in the hind leg, the insect works the spines to take
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