Snake Movement?


Snakes are extremely agile animals that seem to slither and crawl through life and many believe they do not even have bones and do this with straight muscle work. However, snakes have many bones, including a backbone and are therefore considered to be vertebrates. Ventral scales are the key parts of a snake's body that aids in movement. They are found on the bottom of the snake and have a gripping quality that helps move the snakes forward.
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