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Snake Pictures – National Geographic

See snake pictures (including cobras, anacondas, and pythons) in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

Super Snakes – National Geographic Kids

Flying snakes flatten their ribs into a concave C shape to trap air under their bodies as they fall. By undulating back and forth in an S-shape, they can actually glide through the air. 5.

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King Cobra | National Geographic

They are comfortable in the trees, on land, and in water, feeding mainly on other snakes, venomous and nonvenomous. They will also eat lizards, eggs, and small mammals.

[New] HD – National Geographic Documentary Wild – Snake

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Snake Migration | National Geographic Society

71 rows · The Shawnee National Forest is famous for its twice-yearly snake migration. In spring, …

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If You’re Scared of Snakes, Don’t Watch This | National

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Cobra vs. Rat Snake – video.nationalgeographic.com

A rat snake may look like it’s related to this king cobra, but the cobra prefers to think of the rat snake as lunch!Venomous Animals Kill in Horrible Ways—And Also Cure Cobra vs. Rat Snake NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC