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  • Snakes Do Not Have Eyelids on Random Fun Facts You Should Know About Snakes

    (#17) Snakes Do Not Have Eyelids

    Instead, they have scales. Unlike the scales that cover the rest of their bodies, the scales over their eyes are transparent optic scales called brille. Brille molts off snakes just like the rest of their skin. You can tell because the brille will get cloudy as it gets ready to be shed.
  • Could You Eat A Live Snake? on Random Fun Facts You Should Know About Snakes

    (#25) Could You Eat A Live Snake?

    If you were Lebanese commando, you might have to! Apparently there's an annual ceremony wherein Lebanese commandos gather for demonstrations of strength, including eating a live snake with their bare hands. The Daily Mail even got photos of the challenge at a security convention in Beirut in 2015. Fair warning, it ain't pretty.
  • There Are Two Technically Poisonous Snakes on Random Fun Facts You Should Know About Snakes

    (#10) There Are Two Technically Poisonous Snakes

    The Rhabdophis genus of snakes found in Southeast Asia and they are actually poisonous due to the toxins they sequester from toads they eat. These snakes can then secrete these poisons to ward off predators. Oregon garter snakes also retain enough poisons in their liver from the newts they eat to be toxic to would-be predators like crows or foxes.
  • This Snake Can Fit On A Quarter on Random Fun Facts You Should Know About Snakes

    (#13) This Snake Can Fit On A Quarter

    The smallest known living species of snake is the Barbados threadsnake, found on the island that is its namesake. This little critter only grows to about 10 centimeters and is so small it doesn't have the conventional teeth of most snakes. It is believed that they feed on termites and ant larvae.
  • Rainbow Boas Were Once Popular Pets on Random Fun Facts You Should Know About Snakes

    (#8) Rainbow Boas Were Once Popular Pets

    The rainbow boa, or Epicrates cenchria, was a popular type of domesticated snake in the '80s and '90s. They are native to Central and South America and require a specific humidity and heat to thrive. They are especially prized for their structural coloration that results in naturally iridescent skin.
  • Snake Hearts Move Around In Their Bodies on Random Fun Facts You Should Know About Snakes

    (#1) Snake Hearts Move Around In Their Bodies

    Snakes lack diaphragms, which means the heart's position in the body can adjust somewhat. This usually happens so that the heart doesn't get damaged when the the snake is ingesting large prey. They can literally make room for dessert!

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With regard to mysterious snakes, people from all over the world have created many myths and legends. Since ancient times, snakes have been worshiped and deified in many areas, symbolized power, wisdom, and renewal, people are afraid of these cold reptiles. There are more than 3,000 species of snakes on the blue planet, and about 1,000 of them are poisonous. 

Snakes are one of the scariest animals on the planet, some of which are born with two heads, some can reproduce asexually. The random tool will tell you 25 unusual and interesting facts about snakes that you may not know before. 

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