CACTUS AND SNAKE
Snakes are multicellular organisms in nature with no leg and wing, and most of the time have extended body. Feed on another small animals like rat or mouse.They belong to the class reptiles and are carnivorous. They relied on the order Squamata and have more than 15 families. Some snake do fly by projecting themselves on top of trees.These reptiles can nearly scare the living soul of human beings, as some species are venomous, but not all. Snakes can be found on land, water, and trees, depending on the types of species it is. Snake are of two categories;
- Venomous Snakes (They bite in order to release their poisonous substances and have two shape curve incisors in front)
- Non-Venomous snake (are the reverse of venomous snake)
Genus consists of 3000 species of snakes, of which about 600 are venomous. The non wants to attack their preys by compressing them to death and swallowing them alive. However, some snakes (substances they secret) are used by human for the cure of some diseases or illnesses.
A cactus (plural cactuses or cacti) are plants with thick fleshy tissues adapted to water storage, native to the Americas. Generally, cacti are used in our garden for decoration, but some are also known as crop plants. They are cylindrical and columnar, with a rounded top sphere.
Cacti characteristic and nature are unusual due to the environment in which the developed and grow. They are mostly found in the desert. We can find a few of them in the forest. Cactus can resist to harsh conditions of hottest by showing a wide area of functional and physiological features which maintain water.
Cacti varies in shapes and sizes. Pachycereus pringlei is the tallest, with a height of 19.2 m, and the smallest is Blossfelddia liliputiana, only about 1 cm diameter at the primary. Flowers on cactus are giant, and like the spines and branches, arise from areoles.. Most cacti are pollinated at night by overnight insects or small animals like bat, moths, and sheep. Cacti’s sizes range from small and round to pole-like and tall. https://blogs.tees.ac.uk/snakeandcactus/
Scientific Classification of Snake and Cactus
|Family||More than 15 families||(about 127 genera with over 1750 species|
|Genus species||Over,3000 species||About 131 genera with 1866 specimen|