Date: Friday, 07-December-2012, 2:13 AM | Message # 1
-- dragon lord--
All the snakes are carnivorous, eating small animals (including lizards and other snakes), birds, eggs or insects. Some snakes have a poisonous bite to kill its canine tooth before eating them. Others kill its canine tooth for strangulation. The snakes do not chew when they eat, they possess a flexible jaw, whose two parts are not rigidly on, this fact if of the one thanks to the squared bone that functions as a plug-in part, that when necessary it disarticulates its jaw depending on the size of its canine tooth, as well as numerous other joints of its skull, allowing them to open the form mouth to swallow all its canine tooth, exactly that it has a bigger diameter that the proper one charges. The snakes are torpid, after eating, while the process of the digestion elapses. For that reason, if the snake will be disturbed, after recently fed, will probably go to vomit the canine tooth to try to run away from the threat. Although some particularly aggressive species to exist, the majority will not attack human beings, unless they are scared or molested, preferring to prevent this contact.