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And then there’s the sidewinder, which takes its name from its hypnotic motion.
There’s nothing wrong with sidewinders, especially in heavy-duty tools.
One of its many predators is the sidewinder rattlesnake, a two-foot long viper weighing in at a little over seven ounces.
In the 13 encounters when rats strutted their stuff in front of sidewinders, the snakes did not attack.
But one thing that wasn’t striking was the sidewinders.
But Secor’s data showed that sidewinders could increase their metabolism by almost eightfold — a bigger jump than anyone had seen in any species.
Secor says the venom didn’t bother him much, but U.C.L.A.’s administration was not keen on housing a colony of sidewinders.
In Neshek’s case, Castro’s strong wrists and anticipation skills prompted the all-star sidewinder to flip in backdoor sliders to left-handed batters for the first time in his career.
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