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Northern Pacific rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus, keeps its head partially concealed while rattling its tail. Even though this individual is too young to have a rattle - its tail ends in a single "button" - it still exhibits rattling behavior when threatened. Mendocino County, California

Northern Pacific rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus, keeps its head partially concealed while rattling its tail. Even though this individual is too young to have a rattle - its tail ends in a single "button" - it still exhibits rattling behavior when threatened. Mendocino County, California

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