Bornean snake cuts prey using underjaws like ‘knife and fork’
While most snakes swallow their prey whole, one species of snake on Borneo island in Malaysia uses its left and right lower jaws like a knife and fork to separate the nonedible parts. Yosuke Kojima, a research fellow at Toho University, was among a research team that fed river snails to blunthead slug snakes to study how they eat their prey.