As if an 18-foot snake that can eat humans isn't worrisome enough, a new study has found that Burmese pythons possess incredible, natural GPS ability. Continue reading →
Like dried fruit coming back to life in a bowl of cereal, a sea snake rehydrates after months of considerable dehydration.
Flying snakes take on a strange shape that helps them to stay airborne over long distances. Continue reading →
Two thousand dead mice full of painkillers were dropped into Guam to kill invasive snakes. Continue reading →
The snake wranglers made sure the anaconda couldn't escape with its mouth taped, which would have been a death sentence for an animal with no appendages.
What's driven vipers to evolve a deadly venom? A need to defend themselves against opossums.
Snakes have a viscous way of using their venom.