Contact: Jonathan Rose
University of California - Davis
Caption: Southern watersnakes commonly eat mole salamanders, a group that includes two endangered species in California. A UC Davis study finds that the non-native snakes are invading California waters, posing a threat to native fish, amphibians and reptiles.
Credit: J.D. Willson/University of Arkansas
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