Monthly Archives: December 2013

Active cooling helps rattlesnakes detect prey

Playing it cool helps rattlesnakes find prey – at least according to a recent paper in the Journal of Comparative Physiology A. ┬áResearchers from Brock University in Canada in collaboration with researchers in Brazil found that South American rattlesnakes (Crotalus … Continue reading

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