NANFA-- fighting exotics with exotics

Bob Bock (
Sun, 4 Aug 2002 18:44:08 -0400

After WWII, the GIs stationed on Guam had a big rat problem. It's reputed
they brought in a snake to eat the rat. The snake turned out to be the
brown tree snake, which is aroboreal and prefers birds to rats. As far as I
know, Guams only native birds survive in enclosures and zoos.
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