Our new paper on antipredator displays in ringneck snakes was just published in the journal Ethology! We found that tactile, rather than visual stimuli, induce antipredator displays in ringneck snakes. These snakes have a bright orange venter, and tactile stimuli cause them to writhe and show their venter and bottom of the tail. This work came out of a class project for the Field Herpetology class at Mountain Lake Biological Station. Check out the link to read the paper!