Last September we told you about how snakes are turning Guam into a spider-infested horror show. The island's brown tree snake population has reached epic proportions and is now threatening Guam's native bird species, along with neighboring islands. But where the U.S. government dropped shells on the island back in 1944, it's now planning to cover parts of it with something entirely different: dead mice laced with painkillers.
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Controversial Study Makes a Staggering Claim About When the First Humans Settled North America
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