Snake Bounce

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Snake Bounce Game Online - Play Fun Free Snakes Flash Games

Control the snake to eat the pearls and touch the side border before time runs out in this addicting snake game. You will loose a life if the time runs out, and also lose one life for every missed pearl. You will gain extra life for every 200 points you get. Have Fun!

How to Play the Free Snake Bounce Game Online

Use left and right arrow keys to play this fun animal game

Play Snake Bounce Flash Game Online for free Today

Do you like snakes, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Snake Bounce game online. Am I correct? ;)

Fun Facts About Snakes for Kids

According to it is possible to make eggs bounce. This experiment is more fun if you do it with a couple of friends, because you can have a bouncing egg contest when you've finished it. Be sure to completely cover the egg with vinegar so that the entire shell dissolves. If there are any pieces of shell left, the eggs won't bounce. If you put eggs in their shells into vinegar, however, the vinegar will do the work of removing the shell for you. That's right. The vinegar will dissolve the eggshell. This happens because vinegar contains an acid called acetic acid, which reacts with the high calcium content of the eggshell. Check the eggs now and then over the next four days, noting any changes that you see in the shells. After four days, very carefully, using plastic spoons, remove the eggs from the cups and lay them onto a couple layers of paper towels in order to drain. You'll notice a waxy looking coating on the eggs, but no more shell.

Fun Snake Facts for Kids

Ooohhh snakes; you either love them or hate them. According to and there are many fun snakes facts for kids. Did you know that the biggest snake in the world is Fragrant Flower. The snake is 50 feet long, which is nearly twice the length of a London bus. Snakes belong to the animal class reptiles. This group also includes crocodiles, lizards, and turtles. Snake's scales are made up of something called Keratin, which is the same thing that our fingernails are made from. The thickest snake is the Anaconda. The Thread snake is the smallest snake. It is only about 4 inches long and the size of a toothpick. There are more than 3,000 species of snakes in the world and there is at least one type of snake on every continent except Antarctica. Snakes are carnivores. This means that they only eat meat. Snakes are often seen as pests, but they actually can help keep pests at bay by eating rodents.

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