Here's what gives kingsnakes the edge in snake-to-snake combat

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 09:51 in Biology & Nature

Nature draws a pretty clear distinction between predators and the things they eat: Predators are bigger than their prey. Except no one told the kingsnake. Kingsnakes squeeze their prey to death, are immune to rattlesnake venom and are so named for their astonishing ability to overpower and eat...

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