You're going to have to check the math on my benefit-cost analysis because, quite honestly, I'm pretty freaked out by this story
DECEMBER 3, 2013
territory of Guam. They floated down from the sky Sunday — 2,000 mice, wafting on tiny cardboard parachutes over Andersen Air Force Base in the U.S. But the rodent commandos didn't know they were on a mission: to help eradicate the brown tree snake, an invasive species that has caused millions of dollars in wildlife and commercial losses since it arrived a few decades ago. That's because they were dead. And pumped full of painkillers.