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Category: NRID Photo Title: GORG: Gorges State Park
File Name: DSCN0700.JPG [pid 25276]Original File Size: 3456 x 4608 pixels
Photographer: K. BischofDate photo taken: 2013-07-30
Group: REPTILE Order: SQUAMATAFamily: VIPERIDAE
SciName: Crotalus horridus ComName: Timber Rattlesnake
Comment: View of the proximity of the snake to the VC. Also, a group of park visitors who got a short educational presentation before the snake was moved off over the hill.
Timber+Rattlesnake (<I>Crotalus horridus</I>), Gorges State Park, North Carolina, United States
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Previously observed female. First observed at the end of April 2012.

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Juvenile

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Female

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Female

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Den numbering from 6 to 8 neonates.

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Female, in active den.

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Juvenile

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Juvenile

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Juvenile

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Photo shot by Seasonal M. Galloway.

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Lateral body view. This animal was found dead on the road. It is extremely important to note that even a dead venomous snake can still be dangerous. The snake was removed from the road and pictures were taken for educational purposes.

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Button Rattle. This animal was found dead on the road. It is extremely important to note that even a dead venomous snake can still be dangerous. The snake was removed from the road and pictures were taken for educational purposes.
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