How do I get Google snake?

How do I get Google Snake? Go to, or type “snake” on Google. Use arrow keys to move the snake. Eat apples, avoid walls.

Press ‘Space’ to pause Google Snake. Choose between one, three or five apples. The position of apples depends on mode. Takedown request | View on

Google Snake is classic arcade game with vertical axis. Goal is to eat apples, avoid snakes. Can play multiplayer to see who survives longest.

To play Google Maps Snake, click menu icon, choose “Play Snake”, pick city overlay, press “play”. Control snake as it moves around screen, eating food, avoiding walls. Think ahead to avoid collisions. Eat strategically, don’t just gobble dots.

How long was the longest snake?

The longest snake ever recorded was a reticulated python measuring 32 feet 8 inches. The longest venomous snake is the king cobra which can grow to 18.5 feet. The second-longest venomous snake is possibly the African black mamba, which can grow up to 15 feet. The Indian cobra ranges from 3 to 5 feet on average. Some individual snakes grow exceptionally large. The reticulated python is the longest snake, regularly reaching over 20 feet. The longest ever was 33 feet.

Green anacondas reach 30 feet, with diameters of 12 inches. The Komodo dragon grows to 10 feet. Claims of even longer snakes are questionable.

The heaviest Florida python was 164 pounds at 17 feet 7 inches. Medusa the python measured 25 feet when captured in 2011, requiring 10 men to hold her.

Titanoboa fossils show it was 42 feet long, the largest prehistoric snake. A living python can weigh over 2500 pounds. Reports of 50-100 foot snakes are likely fake.

Pythons kill prey by wrapping around it and squeezing tighter, preventing breathing. Anacondas are among the world’s largest snakes, with females much bigger than males. They live in South America’s rainforests and rivers.

Do snakes move at night?

Snakes are nocturnal. They hunt, move about at night, and rest during the daytime to avoid predators. Some snakes come out during the day. Snakes eat rodents, insects, birds’ eggs and birds. As cold-blooded animals, snakes move to regulate their body temperature.

Rocks and logs are where snakes sleep. They also sleep under logs, on tree branches, in caves, and in abandoned buildings. Sprinkling Epsom salt around your home creates an odor snakes won’t come near.

Snakes harbor in areas that meet their needs like a place to hide, warmth, moisture and food. Snakes move indoors if these needs are met inside.

Vipers, pythons and boas detect warm bodies up to one metre away at night using pit organs. This gives them an extra sense like an infrared camera.

In hot months, snakes become inactive during the day and come out at night to avoid overheating. Below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, snakes become sluggish. Below 56 degrees, hibernation starts. Habitat varies.

Copperheads hide until the sun sets. Then they become active in early evening hours in summer months.

Nocturnal snakes hunt at night using vibrations, not sight. Diurnal snakes are active during the day. All snakes require shelter to rest in.

Snakes sleep approximately 16 hours daily depending on time of year and eating schedule. They keep eyes open while sleeping.

The temperature impacts where snakes go at night when trying to stay warm. Snakes require warmth from their habitat because they don’t generate their own body heat. When it gets cold, snakes hibernate.

Does a snake see or not?

Many snakes have relatively low-resolution color vision compared to humans. They see various shades and colors. Their eyes have rods and cones. But they are dichromatic, so the opsins in the cones react to only two colors – blue and green. Human eyes are trichromatic and react to three colors – red, blue and green.

Snakes can be conditioned into tolerating human contact. This may create the illusion of recognition and differentiation. But they simply do not have the intelligence to recognize one specific human from another.

Snakes probably hear muffled versions of what we do. They can only hear low frequencies, roughly below 600Hz. Most of us can hear a much wider range.

Instead of eyelids, snakes have a small, clear scale covering each eye. These scales protect the eyes from injury and drying out.

Snakes have evolved to increase their survival chances. Not seeing is hardly an issue since they access other, more sophisticated hunting methods. These differ from our way of perceiving the world. We think snakes are handicapped because they can’t see like we do. But they have adapted to their environment more efficiently.

Snakes rely mostly on their sense of smell to detect prey. Their vision is not as reliable as other animals. They likely detect movement first with their visual senses. Their eyes have vertical pupils, helping detect motion, especially if close and moving quickly. But they rely on their acute sense of smell when it comes to detecting prey. Some species detect odors up to 60 feet away.

Snakes don’t have eyelids. Transparent scales called spectacle scales or eye caps protect and shield their eyes. These scales shed during molting. The lens in a snake’s eye is more spherical than a human’s, allowing for sharper focus and swift movement. Their retina helps detect light and color.

Snakes evolved not to see very well because they are burrowers and spend time in the dark. So they do not need to rely on eyesight as their main sense. One snake, the pit viper, sees well at night. It has one “pit” on either side of its head. These pits sense heat, serving like night vision goggles.

Leave a snake to do its job in the landscape. That is the best way to avoid a bad encounter. Simply leaving a snake to do its job in the landscape is the best way to avoid a bad encounter.

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