Dogs belong to the canine.
When a dog follows its nose, it's actually being led by thee key senses. Sight:a glimpse of the enemy saves them barking up the wrong tree. Sound: a bark can be a fierce threat, but it's also how canines make their long distance calls. Smell: this tells a dog more than all the other senses put together.
Inside its nose are around two hundred million smell sensitive cells, forty times more than in humans. Through them the dog's brain can pick up signals from one molecule of scent in a million. It gives the dog: a completely different picture of the world, based on what it smells, rather than what it sees.
Flowers are irrelevant to a dog. So their scent is meaningless. But food is a serious matter. What to us is an empty plate, is covered with the smell of chicken to a hungry dog.
A snake is a long and thin animal that lives in grass or other dark places. It has no legs or feet, but can move very fast on its stomach. Snakes usually have green,yellow or black skins, which make it difficult for their enemies to find them.Some kinds of snakes live in water. They can swim as freely as fish.
Snakes are cold-blooded animals. They take many things as food, such as mice, sparrows, frogs, birds'eggs, pests and so on. As snakes are dreadfullooking, people are afraid of them.
In fact, snakes are not as dreadful as they look. They can help us to kill mice and pests. They can provide us with delicious meat. Their blood is a good drink.Poisonous snakes are especially useful. We can make valuable drugs with them.