Snake

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Snakes of some variety thrive in every non-arctic ecosystem, each with their own particular hunting patterns and defense mechanisms.

Snakes of all sorts eat their meals by devouring their prey whole. After incapacitating a creature, a snake unhinges its jaw and consumes the creature entirely, even if it’s more than twice the diameter of the snake’s body. A snake can consume a creature of the same size as itself or smaller, but most snakes are logy and sluggish while the meal digests.

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