there’s some rock outcrops in africa where animals rome if they visit the co2 vents they die and the rotting bodies attract more animal kind of like an inverted pyramid thing…
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Well, that’s one way to do it, I guess.
No pesticides, except for the snake.
Interesting approach, and I wonder if a robotic snake would get the same result. While watching this, I was wondering if the snake could get stuck in that wall if it had eaten some of those rats.
In all the houses I’m familiar with the walls are typically riddled with sharp splinters from the wood, various nails and other sharp metal connectors poking though to the interior space, and/or lathe-board and plaster with sharp edges. Not to mention the occasional exposed electrical wire.
Seems like a less than healthy place for a snake to hang out.
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