|Category: NRID||Photo Title:||GORG: Gorges State Park|
|File Name: 2017-06-19 GORG male (7).JPG [pid 39797]||Original File Size: 4288 x 2848 pixels||Google Map|
|Photographer: K. Bischof||Date photo taken: 2017-06-19|
|Group: REPTILE||Order: SQUAMATA||Family: VIPERIDAE|
|SciName: Crotalus horridus||ComName: Timber RattlesnakeAlso available in sizes up to 4288 x 2848|
|Comment: Subcaudal scale counts can be used to sex timber rattlesnakes. Up to 21 scales is a female, over 21 scales is a male. This individual has 23.|
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Juvenile. Dorsal view.
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Juvenile. Lateral View.
Photo 85 GORG
Juvenile. Dorsal View.
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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.
Photo 89 GORG
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Photo 91 GORG
Showing signs of a shed, most probably within a few days.
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Copperhead present as well.
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Subcaudal scale counts can be used to sex timber rattlesnakes. Up to 21 scales is a female, over 21 scales is a male. This individual has 23.
Photo 99 GORG
Photo 100 GORG
Seen Crossing Chestnut Mountain Rd.
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