Animals | December 25, 2021 12:41 AM | Hang Bona

Anaconda Enters Pig Pen Pig.

The pterygoid walk of the snake’s jaws is depicted, At the attachment points to the lower jaws, the quadrate bones at the back of the snake’s cranium are not securely joined.

They pivot, allowing them to rotate vertically and horizontally, This allows huge prey like this pig to be consumed.

To support a master’s thesis, this movie focuses on the science of snake behavior, The video is intended for use in junior high and high school science reports.

Snakes aren’t scared of super-sized meals like this pig, A snake’s jaws, unlike a mammalian jaw, which is built for brute chewing or biting force, as seen in this video, are connected with tendons and ligaments, giving it gymnast-like flexibility, Thank you for like and share.



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