Bird : Fly : : Snake : ?

(A) Timid

(B) Clatter

(C) Crawl

(D) Hole




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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / guest

( C ) Crawl

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / vidhya

c) crawl

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / guest

(c) crawl

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / sphinx

i thnk it should be slither which is not there in options

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / tam

slither

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / mitesh patel

The moving movement of the snake is slither.
they do not walk or crawl. they slither on their belies.

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / venkatesh p

Crawl

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Bird : Fly : : Snake : ? (A) Timid (B) Clatter (C) Crawl (D) Hole..

Answer / alish

Crawl

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