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Non-venomous Snakes


Non-venomous Snakes do not use venom to kill their prey. They kill by constricting they are going to eat.

Non-venomous come in a variety of sizes. The largest snake is the Anaconda, the longest snake is the Reticulated Python and the smallest is the Blind Snake.

Non-venomous snakes live in a variety of habitats too. Anacondas spend most of there life in water. Tree pythons live mostly in trees.


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Anaconda

Eunectes murinus

Native Country(s): South America
Habitat: Water, Swamps
Diet: Fish, Birds, Domesticated Animals
Size: 5–7 m
Reproduction: Live Young


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Reticulated Python

Python Reticulatus

Native Country(s): Southeast Asia
Habitat: Rain Forests, Woodlands, Grassland
Diet: Small Mammals, Birds
Size: 8.7 m
Reproduction: Lays Eggs


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Blind Snake

Leptotyphlopidae

Native Country(s): North and South America, Africa, and Asia
Habitat: Rain Forest to Arid Areas
Diet: Larvae and Pupae of Termites and Ants
Size: 30 cm
Reproduction: Lays Eggs


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Green Tree Python

Morelia Viridis

Native Country(s): New Guinea, Indonesia, and Australia
Habitat: Rain Forest
Diet: Small Mammals
Size: 120–200 cm
Reproduction: Lays Eggs
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