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Flying Snakes

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Flying Snakes
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A Short Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.97

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    banded, ornate, parachute, paradise, poisonous, pose, twin-barred, venomous, wavy, focus, bats, lower, really, rainforest, faster, actually
     content words:    Southeast Asia


Flying Snakes
By Sheri Skelton
  

1     Can snakes really fly? Do snakes have wings? Of course not! However, there are snakes that appear to be flying through the air. These snakes are called flying snakes. They live in the rain forests of southern and southeastern Asia.
 
2     There are five kinds of flying snakes. The three main kinds are the golden tree snake, the paradise tree snake, and the twin-barred tree snake. The golden tree snake is also called the ornate flying snake. It is the largest flying snake. It can grow to four feet long. The paradise tree snake may be as long as three feet. Its body is black with green scales. It may also have clusters of red, orange, and yellow scales on its back. The twin-barred tree snake is also called the banded flying snake. It is the smallest flying snake. It can grow to two feet long.

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