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585 PRAIRIE RATTLER
A prairie rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) guards the young in its hillside den. During their reproductive cycles, females may go as long as 20 months without food. In the Northern Plains, this species migrates farther than any other terrestrial snake int he world -- up to 32 miles roundtrip. Peigan Creek Conservation Site, Alberta, Canada.