National Serpent Day

Category: Animals
National Serpent Day in USA in 2022
Image: Green snake. by Marius Masalar , from Unsplash. CC0

About National Serpent Day

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Dates of National Serpent Day
2023 USA Wednesday, February 1stNational Serpent Day
2022 USA Tuesday, February 1stNational Serpent Day
2021 USA Monday, February 1stNational Serpent Day
2020 USA Saturday, February 1stNational Serpent Day
2019 USA Friday, February 1stNational Serpent Day
Summary
Find out the dates, history and traditions of National Serpent Day

Snake facts for Serpent Day

  • Snakes Can Slither 12.5 Miles Per Hour.
  • Inland Taipans Are The Most Venomous Snake In The World.
  • Snakes don't have ears. Instead, their jaws pick up vibrations in the ground, alerting them that potential prey is nearby.
  • Snakes repeatedly stick out their tongues because they have a special scent organ, known as the Jacobson organ, which allows them to taste and smell the air.
  • Some snakes have thermal vision to help them hunt. Pits in front of their eyes sense the heat of their prey.
  • Snakes play an important role in natural pest control by preying on rodents, which helps to keep ecosystems in balance.

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