Sudoku Snake 9×9 1 puzzle
Here’s something a little different – a consecutive snake sudoku.

Each of the shaded snakes consists of only ‘consecutive’ cells along its length, which means that any two cells joined by a snake must have values with a difference of 1, such as 2&3 or 7&8.  So for example the 4-square-long snake at the top-left might have 2323 along its length, or any valid fit such as that.

In addition follow usual sudoku rules. Also note that only the cells joined by the snakes have any special relationship – any other pair of cells may or may not be consecutive (unlike in regular consecutive sudoku).