Yes snakes have many bones, including a backbone. They are vertebrates like all reptiles and have sectioned backbones that are attached to ribs which gives them flexibility. This allows them to contort, coil and move themselves in many different ways.
Yes, snakes do have backbones. Their skeletal structure is composed of hundreds of vertebrae, with a pair of ribs to go along with each. These animals cannot move very fast, even though they appear to be going fast, they cannot breach speeds over 5 mph.
Snakes have a complex skeleton that includes a back bone. Snakes have between 130-500 vertebrae which are attached to the back bone.
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