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4+ Feet long, 3+ inches around
Coast live oak and California bay woodland
another baby rattler.
We saw this beauty on the Butterfly Trail in the Coronado National Forest.
Montaña de Oro
Snake experts,are there two rattles in this picture?
Only rattlesnake species in northern California
Based on range, probably Northern Pacific subspecies (C.
A neonate out after a monsoonal rain - not by choice.
I only had a point and shoot camera and he already was in striking distance and ...
Subspecies of the Western Rattlesnake.
Young rattlesnake found on trail
Found in Simi Valley
Showing the inside of a mouth
Found in Yakima, WA
Rattlesnakes gain a new rattle each time they shed their skin. This guy had ...
I found this one looking for fossils near shark tooth hill
Got a glimpse of it before it went under the rocks. It looked to be about 3 to ...
Lindsay Museum Of Wild Life.
This picture shows the tail of the rattle snake.
Baby, just over a foot long and one rattle.
Small (~12" long), with a single button rattle.
Juvenile found sunning under a log at Ranch San Antonio Open Space Preserve.
Baby rattlesnake. Its rattle was not big enough to make sound.
Male and female found basking in Simi Valley ca
Found in Simi Valley CA
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