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Animal biology

Snake

 

Morphology of a venomous snake: a limbless, elongated, cylindrical reptile.
Eye: organ of sight of a snake.
Head: foremost part of a snake.
Poison gland. venom-producing gland of a snake.
Neck: part of a snake between the head and the body.
Scale: each of the hard plates covering the body.
Forked tongue: forked organ in the mouth of a snake.
Glottis: opening in the larynx of a snake.
Tooth: organ used to crush food.
Fang: hard organ used to inject the venom of venomous snakes.
Venom canal: tube that carries the venom.
Nostril: nasal opening.




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