सांपों के तो पंख भी नहीं होते, फिर कुछ सांप हवा में कैसे उड़ लेते हैं?

सांपों के तो पंख भी नहीं होते, फिर कुछ सांप हवा में कैसे उड़ लेते हैं?

Flying Snakes: You must have seen snake flying in many videos or movies. By the way, about three thousand species of snakes are found in the world, in which one species is also of flying snakes. But have you ever seen flying snakes? Have you ever wondered how these snakes fly when they don’t even have wings? If not, then today in this article we will tell you about this flying species of snakes only.

people are afraid of flying

Usually flying snakes are not visible much. According to scientists, they are not very poisonous, but due to flying, there is a lot of fear among people. Scientists did a research in the year 2020, in which scientists detected it by installing high speed cameras on the flying species. This research was done on snakes of the Paradise tree snake or Chrysopelea paradisi species.

It is the smallest species of flying snakes. The length of snakes of this species is about 3 feet. Green stripes are made on this black colored snake. They reach by flying from one branch of the tree to another.

How do you fly?

A research titled Adulation Enables Gliding in Flying Snakes was published in the Nature Physics Journal, according to which flying snakes move in a special way to fly in the air and make an S shape in the air. This process is called undulation. Researchers also discovered that the back part of the body of these snakes works to push them in the air. They are also called Gliding snake.

are found here

Apart from South-East Asia, flying snakes are found in places like Sri Lanka, South China and Philippines. These snakes are also found in India. Flying snakes are not so poisonous that they can kill a human. However, there is definitely some effect of their bite. They mainly hunt lizards, rats, bats, birds etc.

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