Why do we have giant snakes (snakes longer than 10 feet)?
- Anonymous2 months ago
It is an adaptation to their environment. Larger snakes can catch larger prey and are less likely to be eaten or killed than smaller ones. However, large snakes also take longer to warm up so they are limited to tropical regions of the world.
- TB12Lv 72 months ago
Just be glad we don't have any of these anymore.
- 2 months ago
idk but I think its cool
- SkyLv 72 months ago
Evolution. Their size was an evolutionary advantage for their species.
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- NormanLv 72 months ago
Any smaller than that can't eat africans.