I . Introduction
A• Current Topic: Type of Snakes
B• Thesis statement: "Do snakes make good pets?" For that, a thesis could be: "Snakes make excellent house pets because they are unique, easy to care for, and inexpensive to keep."

II. Background
A• Historical Overview:
Living snakes are found on every continent except Antarctica, and on most smaller land masses — exceptions include some large islands, such as Ireland and New Zealand, and many small islands of the Atlantic and central Pacific.[1] Additionally, sea snakes are widespread throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans. More than 20 families are currently recognized, comprising about 500 genera and about 3,400 species.[2][3] They range in size from the tiny, 10 cm-long thread snake to the Reticulated python of up to 8.7 meters (29 ft) in length. The fossil species Titanoboa was 15 meters (49 ft).

III Major Point 1 : Proliferation
A• Minor Point 1 : Snakes of all kinds multiply asexually
B• Minor Point 2 : Bleaching snakes through asexual reproduction

IIV Major Point 2 : Vision
A• Minor Point 1 : Snakes generally do not see her eyes
B• Minor Point 2 : Snakes generally enjoys a strong sense as especially at night

V Major Point 3 : Their Food
A•Minor Point 1 : All snakes eat animals, that is, they're zoophagous
B•Minor Point 2 : Snakes enjoy eating rats and lizards

VI Major Point 4 : Place presence
A• Minor Point 1 : Snake has the ability to live at home and be a pet
B• Minor Point 2 : Bulk snakes concentrated in the valleys, forests and farms sometimes

VII Conclusion
A• Restatement Of Thesis : I concluded that there are two types of pet snakes and harmful LDL feeds on meat, such as humans and other animals either Pets only Balvir her as a main meal

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What do snakes eat? - Online Biology Dictionary
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