The facial pits of rattlesnakes may detect heat.
Although rattlesnakes lack limbs, they are nevertheless effective predators. This is partially because rattlesnakes can see smaller animals even in total darkness because to heat-sensitive pits on each side of their heads. The snake can "see" the heated image of its prey thanks to the pits' assistance in detecting heat by sending neurons to the same region of the snake's brain that receives optic nerve impulses.
Another proof that reinforces the fact that the origin of the Tandoori chicken took place in the Harappa Civilization