Might snakes provide a way of testing Dawkins’s selfish gene hypothesis? | Uncommon Descent

When researchers went to get a look at a cape cobra snake fight, it turned out to be one cobra swallowing another. They named the newly well-fed study animal NN011, otherwise “Hannibal.”Apparently, “Diner, meet Dinner!” is not an uncommon relationship among cape cobras so a study of the details

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