Guam Snakes Being Fought With Poisoned Mice Parachuted In From Helicopters
November 7, 2012
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Brown tree snakes in Guam have wildlife officials there seeing red. That’s why the officials are air-dropping poisoned mice as a lethal treat for the mildly venomous serpents, an invasive species that has devastated native animal populations on the Pacific island, the BBC reported.
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