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How does a snake eat its food?


Correct Answer
A
It engulfs the food
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B
It chews the food
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C
It cuts the food into slices
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D
None of these

Solution

The correct option is B It engulfs the food
Most snakes eat insects, rodents, birds, eggs, fish, frogs, lizards and small mammals. With no limbs to provide leverage, snakes cannot easily tear up their food. In fact, they can't tear it up at all. Instead, they are forced to swallow their food whole and in order to do this, some remarkable advancements have been made to their bodies.

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