Hint: The non-poisonous snake is a type of popular pet as they are easy to care for, have docile temperaments, and are available in vibrant colors. Owning these snakes is relatively safe after proper safety measures are taken.
The non-poisonous snake is Python which belongs to a genus of constricting snakes in the Pythonidae family that is native to tropics and subtropics of the Eastern Hemisphere like Africa, Asia, and Australia. Pythons are considered to be the largest snakes in the world and they move using the rectilinear progression in which they move in a straight line by pushing their body weight forward. Pythons have varied diets depending on their size, for example, small pythons eat rodents, lizards, and small birds whereas large pythons eat animals as big as monkeys, antelope, pigs, etc.
Cobra: Cobras are highly venomous snakes that have a characteristic hood found in Southeast Asia, Southern Africa, etc. The venom contained in a single bite contains enough neurotoxin to kill 20 people or even an elephant. The venom affects the respiratory centers in the brain which results in the failure of the respiratory system and cardiac failure.
Viper: Vipers are some of the deadliest snakes that have hinged fangs at the front of the mouth for injecting venom. The venom results in a painful wound which can be fatal.
Krait: The common krait also known as the Indian krait is one of the most highly venomous snakes found in India. Its venom consists of a powerful neurotoxin that causes muscle paralysis.
So, the correct option is ‘Python’.
Note: -Constricting snakes are snakes that use the method of constriction (suffocating the prey by wrapping it inside the body) to kill their prey. This is usually seen in snakes that are non-venomous.
-Pythons and boas are both constricting snakes but they belong to different families.
-The most popular pet snakes are the ball pythons as they are docile and easy to care for.