BC: The End
FC: Diamondback Water Snake | By: Melanie Brown
1: Habitat | Diamondback water snake have places called a habitat.Habitat is were someone or something lives.Diamondback snakes live in ditches, water tanks, rivers, and swamps.
2: Food | snakes have to live, so they eat stuff called food.Food is what helps are body move.Diamondback water snakes eat toads, fish, crayfish, and they eat turtles.
3: Characteristics | Diamondback snakes parents they give them something that is called characteristics.Diamondback snakes get they're body length, infected bites, shinny tail, and their wide tongue.
4: Adaptations | Diamondback snakes can camouflage in light olive brown leaves to catch they're prey.They can be threatened with eye contact with someone.They move quickly, and they have smooth skin.
5: Life Cycle | Diamondback snakes come from somewhere right? Well they come from a thing called a life cycle. First the mommy gives birth in the late summer and early fall. When they are born they are 30 cm small.
6: Interesting Facts | Diamondback Snakes are the largest snake in Harris County. They let out smells. And, they can appear in your backyard if you have something not purified.
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