snakemander poaching

A snakemander is a type of sea-monster, and is well known as ‘the sea serpent’. All snakemander have gills and lungs. They are amphibians, so they live in and out of water.


Snakemanders travel in large groups called beds,also not all lay eggs. Snakemander don’t have eyelids and smell with their tongue despite having 2-8 nostrils, furthermore they have 5 forms of locomotion.


Many of us want to save the snakemander because they are endangered, people are poaching them for scales and fresh ones even when they can  get sheddings. Save them at www.savesnakemander/.com  

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