Non-Native Snake’s effect on California’s Food Chain Concerns Researchers

June 28, 2014 11:15 AM

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Non-Native Snake’s effect on California’s Food Chain Concerns Researchers

A novel study has raised concerns over two species of non-native snakes settling in waters around Sacramento. These snakes can prove problematic for California's garter snake.

Study author Jonathan Rose, UC Davis doctoral candidate in ecology, studied where these snakes could potentially survive in California. After considering numerous factors, Rose said that these water snakes can survive in much of California and especially in the Central Valley because of great climat...

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