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How Snakes Adapt in the Forest.?

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Arboreal or tree dwelling snakes possess prehensile tails, with which they grip branches as they hunt in the forest canopy. These forest snake species, which include Asian pythons, and certain vipers and boas and vipers, also use their gripping tails
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