Giant extinct snake may -- or may not -- shed light on ancient climate

Monday, August 3, 2009 - 16:07 in Biology & Nature

( -- Snakes coil up when they sense danger. Some snakes curl up in order to spring into action and strike. Snakes may also coil to preserve body heat, and this warming behavior could affect our understanding of ancient climates.

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