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Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

Crotalus adamanteus


14 inches long, juvenille


Dry, rocky, wooded areas.


This juvenille was born in the spring of 2011. The female diamond back will produce four to five times in their life. When the female does produce, she will have up to ten live bearing neonates. The diamond backs life spand will range 20 to 25 years. This snake is in the vipervae family.

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eastern diamondback rattlesnake
Crotalus adamanteus Crotalus adamanteus

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CaimanCody 10 years ago

No...didnt get to witness that.

ceherzog 10 years ago

Neat! Did you watch the birth?

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Mississippi, USA

Spotted on Sep 21, 2011
Submitted on Sep 21, 2011

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