Researchers: Asian flying snakes wriggle their bodies for stability

Kaua`i Daily News Wire Services (UPI) — Researchers at Virginia Tech University said they have figured out why a species of flying snake native to Asia wriggle their bodies up and down when they glide through the air — for stability. READ FULL STORY

 

 

 

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