Yes there are snakes in Iceland. There are three species of snakes in Iceland: the common European adder the Arctic snake and the viper. All of these snakes are venomous and can be dangerous to humans. The most common snake in Iceland is the common European adder. This snake is not aggressive and will usually only bite if it feels threatened. The Arctic snake is the second most common snake in Iceland. This snake is more aggressive than the common European adder and will often bite if it feels threatened or if it is disturbed. The viper is the least common snake in Iceland. This snake is the most aggressive of the three and will often bite if it feels threatened or if it is disturbed.
Are there snakes in Iceland?
No there are no snakes in Iceland.
What is the highest mountain in Iceland?
Hvannadalshnúkur is the highest mountain in Iceland reaching 2110 m (6920 ft).
How many volcanoes are there in Iceland?
There are around 130 volcanoes in Iceland.
What is the largest lake in Iceland?
Þórisvatn is the largest lake in Iceland with an area of 83.
7 km2 (32.
4 sq mi).
What is the capital of Iceland?
Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland.
What is the population of Iceland?
As of July 2018 the population of Iceland was estimated to be 358780.
What is the currency of Iceland?
The currency of Iceland is the Icelandic króna.
What is the national dish of Iceland?
The national dish of Iceland is hákarl which is fermented shark.
How many hours of daylight does Iceland get in the summer?
In the summer Iceland gets around 21 hours of daylight.
What is the average temperature in Iceland?
The average temperature in Iceland is 0°C (32°F).
What is the highest waterfall in Iceland?
Dettifoss is the highest waterfall in Iceland with a height of 44 m (144 ft).
What is the oldest city in Iceland?
Reykjavík is the oldest city in Iceland founded in 874 AD.
What is the smallest town in Iceland?
The smallest town in Iceland is Húsavík with a population of 992.
What is the Ring Road?
The Ring Road is a national route that circles Iceland.
How many national parks are there in Iceland?
There are three national parks in Iceland: Vatnajökull National Park Snæfellsjökull National Park and Þingvellir National Park.