Science Kids - Fun Science & Technology for Kids!
Science for Kids Math for Kids English for Kids


Fun science experimentsCool science games & activitiesAmazing science factsScience quizzesScience fair projectsScience lesson plans and class ideasScience images, photos & picturesScience videosScience topics
Fun Animal Facts for Kids

Explore our wide variety of animal facts and learn some fun trivia about our friends in the animal kingdom.

Interesting Information about SnakesFun Snake Facts for Kids

Check out our range of fun snake facts for kids. Learn about snake skin, snake charming, snake anatomy and much more.

Read on and enjoy a variety of interesting information about snakes.

  • Snakes are carnivores (meat eaters).

  • Snakes donít have eyelids.

  • Snakes canít bite food so have to swallow it whole.

  • Snakes have flexible jaws which allow them to eat prey bigger than their head!

  • Snakes are found on every continent of the world except Antarctica.

  • Snakes have internal ears but not external ones.

  • Snakes used in snake charming performances respond to movement, not sound.

  • There are around 3000 different species of snake.

  • Snakes have a unique anatomy which allows them to swallow and digest large prey.

  • Snakes are covered in scales.

  • Snakeskin is smooth and dry.

  • Snakes shed their skin a number of times a year in a process that usually lasts a few days.

  • Some species of snake, such as cobras and black mambas, use venom to hunt and kill their prey. Read more venomous snake facts.

  • Snakes smell with their tongue.

  • Pythons kill their prey by tightly wrapping around it and suffocating it in a process called constriction.

  • Some sea snakes can breathe partially through their skin, allowing for longer dives underwater.

  • Anacondas are large, non-venomous snakes found in South America that can reach over 5 m (16 ft) in length.

  • Python reticulates can grow over 8.7 m (28 ft) in length and are considered the longest snakes in the world.

    Snake facts

    Science Kids ©††|††Home††|††About††|††Topics††|††Experiments††|††Games††|††Facts††|††Quizzes††|††Projects††|††Lessons††|††Images††|††Videos††|††Privacy††|††Sitemap††|††Updated: Oct 9, 2023