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Rattlesnake at Galveston Island beach in Texas.
Rattlesnakes are named from the vibratin rattle on their tails to warn away pretadors
Amazing picture! Can I use this for educational programming?Jaime GonzalezKaty Prairie Conservancyjaime@katyprairie.org
Thank you for the id suggestion.
Yes, he was rattling, I used a telephoto of course! He was one the dunes where we were walking back from the beach.
Lovely Western Diamondback!
B e a u tiful spotting!
That's a great warning stance! Awesome shot!
Nice! Is it my imagination, or is he actually using his rattle at that moment ? (it looks like it's moving)
Spotted on Mar 7, 2009 Submitted on Aug 31, 2012
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