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Nature_and_Environment.102

Evolution: Pitviper Scavenging ...

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{Nature_and_Environment.102.2}: Tonu Aun {tonu} Mon, 03 Nov 2008 15:54:05 CST (14 lines)

Several points Richard -- thanx for this. Elsewhere and elsewhen I've
mentioned my interest in snakes. From ten to thirteen I honestly can
claim I read everything available in the Chicago  Public Library
system  on snakes. I was a kid in a candy store once I received access
into the UofC stacks.

Possibly I was precocious but more likely REALLY obsessed ;-)

All snakes are opportunistic to varying degree. Most venomous snakes
only eat their prey once they have killed it. Eating dead prey is
what?:-)--- guess that means we humans are scavengers :-)

More seriously I'd want to know if Cottonmouths eat mostly found dead
stuff.... that would be a new fact I'm unaware of.

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