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Snakes have amazing adaptions that enable them to eat their prey whole. Here is a very simplified but still complex description of the adaptions of their skulls that allow this. A snake’s skull is highly modified to allow its jaws to move unilaterally (the right and left sides can move independently of each other). Its braincase is heavily ossified and acts as a pivot point for muscles to pull on the upper jaw as prey is consumed. Most snakes have an additional bone, the
Happy Rattlesnake Friday! We haven't posted in a long time but we love that Rattlesnake Friday has grown across multiple social media platforms with many individuals and other groups participating. Can we grow it more? Yes but we need your help. Please share this photo with a positive message about rattlesnakes to help promote our philosophy of Conservation Through Education. Today's positive message about rattlesnakes is that despite popular belief, they prefer to be left al