Snakes: versatile predators

By Garth Underwood

Snakes live and hunt in a range of habitats, from under the ground to the tops of trees, and from the desert to the open sea. They eat everything from insects to medium-sized mammals. Garth Underwood, honorary research fellow at The Natural History Museum, London, explores the array of adaptations that explain the extraordinary success of snakes.

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