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Great, now the island is definitely tipping over!
Must have been a hell of a job teaching all those mice how to use a parachute let alone putting them all on them.
Switzerland used a similar strategy to eradicate rabies. In the 1980s, helicopters dropped massive quantities of vaccine-treated chicken heads across the countryside in the hopes that foxes would consume them and become immunized as a result.
It succeeded. Since then, there haven’t been many cases of rabies in animals in the nation.
It’s a bold strategy, Cotton. Let’s see if it pays off for ’em.
I’ve seen “The Secret of NIMH” so I know how this turns out.
Humans have tried these solutions in the past. The results are never the desired outcome.
Seems like they could have dropped 1 honey badger and called it a day.
Two thousand little parachutes
I hope the Apes are on standby.
this is, strangely enough, a nexus of two conversations happening in the office right now.
I hope they gave those mice some good guns.
I want to see a pic of the mice with their parachutes
I just can’t help but think this will have unintended consequences
Doctor I have a headache.
*Take 6 mice and call me in the morning.*
Dropping poisoned mice will only set back the snakes. Undoubtedly there will be many snakes that never encounter a mouse, and so aren’t poisoned.
Guam might be the ideal place to test the gene-drive. Using gene-drive, you can, in theory, wipe out all of a species within several generations.