How Do Snakes Give Birth?


Some snakes just like mammals give birth to young ones. An example of such as snake is the green anaconda which is fully viviparous. It nourishes its young one through a placenta as well as a yolk sac. When the gestation period is over the snake gives birth to a baby snake.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia
Poisonous or harmless, large or small, all snakes - from the desert rattlesnake to the dwarf pipe snake - have certain things in common: a long, thin shape; scaly, legless bodies; and unblinking, lidless eyes. Like all reptiles, snakes rely on the heat…
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Most snakes are oviparous, meaning they lay eggs. Some snakes are viviparous, meaning their eggs hatch inside the mother's body and emerge live. You can find more information here:
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