As far as I know, only mammals experience menstruation. Snakes are reptiles, ergo, no period. Like birds, reptiles lay eggs and to my knowledge (although I am not an expert), anything that lays eggs and does not give live birth would not menstruate. Also, reptiles are cold-blooded, so their blood flow is not conducive to such a 'phenomenon' as menstruation.
water snakes and land snakes are practically the same. many land snakes are even partitially aquatic. however, in the case of sea snakes, they have flattened tails used as propellers in the water, and massive lungs to hold their breath for long periods. also, sea snakes have much more potent venom then land snakes but are much less aggresive
All sea snakes must rise to the surface to breathe occasionally, although some can remain underwater for long periods by absorbing oxygen from swallowed water.
Sometimes it seems as though animals can live for long periods of time. Snakes on average live 10-25 years depending on their diet, environment, and if they are in captivity or not.
There are many different familes of snakes. Pythons, boa constrictors, rat snakes, garters, grass snakes, flying snakes, rattlers, vipers, blind snakes, asps, wart snakes, sunbeam snakes, etc.
Snakes of the subfamily Natricinae are usually regarded as water snakes.
No snakes are herbivores.
milk snakes and coral snakes they look the same but coral snakes are dangerous and milk snakes aren't
Yes. The garter snakes of Canada assemble in huge number to occupy large underground dens to sleep the winter away.
Rattlesnakes, king snakes, gopher snakes, coral snakes, rat snakes, garter snakes and many others.
well i know a few cool snakes. Rattle snakes, king snakes, black snakes, coach whips, chicken snakes, garter snakes, and coral snakes. you can google them for more information.
No I think most species of snakes are carnivores