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Name: Mahmud MuhammedInstruction: Prof H.Course:Comm 2025Date: 27thSept 2019Snakes are territorial, friendly, and respectful.To Inform the audience about snakes' importance and how to coexist with them.Snakes are the most amazing neighbors we share the planet with. They are afamily of reptiles with elongated bodies with no hands or legs attached to any part oftheir body. Africa is home to many of God's gifts to humanity, ranging from the mostunique, fascinating, and deadliest snake species ever. Although it is a general belief thatsnakes are scary and dangerous, snakes are territorial, friendly, and respectful to thosewho respect them.Snakes are part of the ecosystem and continue adapting to environmentalchanges like other animals. They are part of biodiversity. Their economic importance toman can be both favorable and unfavorable. So, they are among the various species toconsider for co-existence.Snakes play a part in the food chain, acting as predators and prey. They maintaina healthy ecosystem by feeding on common house rats, frogs, and lizards. All of whichare invasive species to man. Snakes help to keep their numbers in check while feeding

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