Thursday, March 26, 2009

Pocket watch

The broad-headed snake is the most endangered in Australia - apparently because of encroaching bushland. However, I am confused - or I could just be reading the situation incorrectly. According to the article I saw in The Daily Telegraph "The snakes are only found in small pockets within 200km of Sydney". Rather than the researchers suggesting more bushfires might be the answer to saving the broad-headed snakes, shouldn't they be looking to have more people with clothing with small pockets move into the areas?

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