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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...
    • 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...
    • Bull Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Animals; Herps
    • The Bull Snake is often mistaken for the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake because of its defensive behavior of hissing and rearing off of the ground in a striking posture. However, the Bull Snake is not venomous and may be distinguished from a...
    • 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...
    • Texas Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; 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 Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; 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 Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; 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...
    • Southwestern Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Rat snakes; 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 Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; Reptile; Colubrid; Pantherophis; Squamate; Squamates
    • 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 Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; Reptile; Colubrid; Pantherophis; Squamate; Squamates
    • 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...
    • Bull Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Animals; Herps
    • The Bull Snake is often mistaken for the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake because of its defensive behavior of hissing and rearing off of the ground in a striking posture. However, the Bull Snake is not venomous and may be distinguished from a...
    • Texas Rat Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Rat snakes; 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...
    • 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...
    • Texas School of the Air:

    • Education; Radio broadcasting; Programs; Audiovisual materials; Teaching; Adult education
    • Network of Stations; Week of the Texas School of the Air; Classroom Radio Series; Stories Plus; Open Your eyes; Reading is Adventure; Jobs Ahead; Music is Yours; Bibliography

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