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Why Brown Snakes Don’t Mind the Gaps

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The brown tree snake has ravaged the ecosystem and infrastructure of Guam for nearly 70 years. The invasive reptile's destructive habits come from its incredible ability to cross gaps between trees, some as long as 2.2 vertical meters. But new findings on the biomechanics behind the snake’s bridging ability may help halt the destructive creatures.

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