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A robust rattlesnake
Rattlesnake at Galveston Island beach in ...
Photograph credit to Jeffery Moore
Beginning the shed process.
Under a cedar tree, waiting to ambush
One of the most dangerous snakes in the southwest, the
Along a hiking trail. It did not rattle, it just sat there.
Dusk, curled up under a bush, it was almost stepped on!
Encountered at night in Saguaro National Park in Sonoran Desert Scrub.
I encountered this one in Catalina State Park.
Wildlife refuge near Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ Was laying on the path,juvenile ...
black and white bands located anterior of the rattle.
Typical, large atrox from Eddy County.
This was a young individual.
Not to big I would guess 20-24" long.
diamondback and not a pygmy
Underweight male, small for the species as is typical in this locale.
Really good size, with a long "rattle" - didn't get too close to this one!
western diamond back encountered while ...
Brown or greenish, easily mistaken for a
1 foot 9 inches 5 years old
Very young Western
Found the poor guy in his death throes after being run over by the truck in ...