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    • Western Pigmy Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Snake; Pit vipers; Venomous; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Ground rattlers; Pygmy rattlesnakes; Reptile
    • The pigmy rattlesnake, or, ground rattler, is usually so well-camouflaged that it is rarely seen. Its small rattle can also be very difficult to hear. It is one of the smallest and most attractive rattlesnakes in the United States and can usually...
    • Prairie Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Venomous; Pit vipers; Animals; Herps; Herpetology; Squamate; Squamates
    • Praire rattlesnakes can be found in Great Plains grasslands during the warmer months of the year. In the winter, they hibernate in rocky outcrops, hillsides, or bluffs in large dens of up to 250-400 individuals. These snakes mainly eat small...
    • Prairie Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Venomous; Pit vipers; Animals; Herps; Herpetology; Squamate; Squamates
    • Praire rattlesnakes can be found in Great Plains grasslands during the warmer months of the year. In the winter, they hibernate in rocky outcrops, hillsides, or bluffs in large dens of up to 250-400 individuals. These snakes mainly eat small...
    • Prairie Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Venomous; Pit vipers; Squamate; Squamates; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • Praire rattlesnakes can be found in Great Plains grasslands during the warmer months of the year. In the winter, they hibernate in rocky outcrops, hillsides, or bluffs in large dens of up to 250-400 individuals. These snakes mainly eat small...
    • Western Pigmy Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Snake; Rattlesnakes; Camouflage; Pit vipers; Rattlers; Ground rattlers; Venomous; Pygmy rattlesnakes; Reptile
    • The pigmy rattlesnake, or, ground rattler, is usually so well-camouflaged that it is rarely seen. Its small rattle can also be very difficult to hear. It is one of the smallest and most attractive rattlesnakes in the United States and can usually...
    • Western Pigmy Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Camouflage; Pit vipers; Rattlers; Ground rattlers; Venomous; Pygmy rattlesnakes; Reptile; Snake
    • The pigmy rattlesnake, or, ground rattler, is usually so well-camouflaged that it is rarely seen. Its small rattle can also be very difficult to hear. It is one of the smallest and most attractive rattlesnakes in the United States and can usually...
    • Western Massasauga

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Venomous; Vipers; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Snake
    • The Massasauga Rattlesnake prefers to live in wet areas of prairies and upland regions along rivers and lakes. Massasauga Rattlesnakes hibernate alone during the colder months of the year in animal burrows, tree roots, or under logs. They eat...
    • Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

    • Snakes; Rattlers; Reptiles; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake occupies dry areas in the southwestern United States and Northern Mexico where is feeds mostly on small mammals. Like all rattlesnakes, the Western Diamondback has a venomous bite, the symptoms of which become...
    • Western Massasauga

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Snake; Venomous; Vipers; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers
    • The Massasauga Rattlesnake prefers to live in wet areas of prairies and upland regions along rivers and lakes. Massasauga Rattlesnakes hibernate alone during the colder months of the year in animal burrows, tree roots, or under logs. They eat...
    • Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

    • Snakes; Rattlers; Reptiles; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake occupies dry areas in the southwestern United States and Northern Mexico where is feeds mostly on small mammals. Like all rattlesnakes, the Western Diamondback has a venomous bite, the symptoms of which become...
    • Western Massasauga

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Venomous; Vipers; Pit vipers; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Snake
    • The Massasauga Rattlesnake prefers to live in wet areas of prairies and upland regions along rivers and lakes. Massasauga Rattlesnakes hibernate alone during the colder months of the year in animal burrows, tree roots, or under logs. They eat...
    • Twin-Spotted Rattlesnake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Venomous; Rattlesnakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Rattlers; Reptile; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae
    • The Twin-Spotted Rattlesnake gets its name from two rows of spots running the length of its dorsal side. It is most often encountered on rocky outcrops in the sky island regions of Arizona, where it is listed as a protected species. The Twin-...
    • Texas Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Reptile; Colubrid; Pantherophis
    • Rat snakes, when threatened, are known to strike repeatedly and rattle their tail in imitation of rattlesnakes. However, they are non-venomous and do not actually possess rattles. These snakes, as their name suggests, feed primarily on rats and...
    • Texas Glossy Snake

    • Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Colubrid; Colubrids; Nonvenomous; Squamate; Squamates; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Glossy Snake is a nocturnal snake that vibrates its tail when threatened in imitation of venomous rattlesnakes, but is in fact harmless to humans. It feeds mostly on small mammals and lizards. The Glossy Snake prefers to live in sandy arid...
    • Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Rattlesnakes; Rattlers; Vipers; Pit vipers; Venomous; Snakes; Snake; Crotalid; Crotalids; Crotalidae; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake occupies a number of habitat types in Texas, including rocky outcroppings in mountainous regions and grasslands. This snake can also be found in coastal grasslands and in thornscrub habitat in South Texas. ...
    • Canebrake Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Crotalids; Crotalidae
    • The Canebrake Rattlesnake is usually encountered living in rugged places in wooded areas where it feeds on small mammals, birds, frogs, and other snakes. The Canebrake Rattlesnake is venomous and should only be handled by experienced professionals.
    • Canebrake Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Crotalids; Crotalidae
    • The Canebrake Rattlesnake is usually encountered living in rugged places in wooded areas where it feeds on small mammals, birds, frogs, and other snakes. The Canebrake Rattlesnake is venomous and should only be handled by experienced professionals.
    • Canebrake Rattlesnake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Rattlesnakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Crotalids; Crotalidae
    • The Canebrake Rattlesnake is usually encountered living in rugged places in wooded areas where it feeds on small mammals, birds, frogs, and other snakes. The Canebrake Rattlesnake is venomous and should only be handled by experienced professionals.
    • Trans-Pecos Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Non-venomous; reptile
    • Rat snakes, when threatened, are known to strike repeatedly and rattle their tail in imitation of rattlesnakes. However, they are non-venomous and do not actually possess rattles. These snakes, as their name suggests, feed primarily on rats and...

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