There really are snakes on planes

Brown tree snakes, Boiga irregularis, are one of Guam's most successful - and devastating - invasive species. That's prompted an international team of scientists, led by the University of Queensland, to study what's made the species so successful. And their venom and traveling ability is the key, according to research published this month in the Journal of Molecular Evolution. With a venom thatís 100 times more toxic to birds than mammals, brown tree snakes have devastated Guamís feat

There really are snakes on planes

Mon 1 Oct 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Invasive Snakes Could Hitchhike to Hawaii on Planes, Scientists Warn

Brown tree snakes, Boiga irregularis, are one of Guam's most successful - and devastating - invasive species. That's prompted an international team of scientists, led by the University of ...

Wed 26 Sep 18 from Discover Magazine

Invasive snakes 'hitchhiking' on planes

A team of international scientists has discovered why brown tree snakes have become one of the most successful invasive species.

Wed 26 Sep 18 from Phys.org

Invasive snakes 'hitchhiking' on planes, Wed 26 Sep 18 from ScienceDaily

Scary way snakes get around

Thu 4 Oct 18 from FOXNews

These Venomous Snakes Travel by Hitchhiking on Planes

The brown tree snake is a stealthy, international traveler.

Wed 26 Sep 18 from Livescience

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