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Synonyms for rattlesnake

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Each time a rattlesnake sheds its skin, a new "button" is added to the rattle.
Numerous sightings of endangered Eastern Massasauga rattlesnakes in the vicinity of the new Maid of the Mist boatworks at the bottom of the environmentally-sensitive Niagara Gorge are insufficient to warrant a site investigation, according to a state DEC response to a story that appeared here two weeks ago.
(We were already trying to think of a name that reflected his aggressive nature.) I told Clay I believed "Rattlesnake" fit him pretty well considering his nature and the fact that I was bitten while looking at his photographs.
And while the rattlesnake is no longer found in these parts, Mr.
No differences were noticed between the rattlesnake taxa on either dependent variable; in fact, all snakes exhibited similar results.
Rattlesnake, who was Cree, was born in Hobbema in 1909.
Neither Demian Schwartz nor Therese Nguyen, Rattlesnake Creek's two listed applicants, immediately responded to phone calls or e-mails seeking comment.
The wildlife expert goes in search of the elusive tzabcan rattlesnake.
Deadly Jungle Rattlesnake: Austin Stevens' Adventures (8.00pm)
Butcher Stephen Martin's RATTLESNAKE steaks are selling like hotcakes (or is that hotsnakes?) - even at pounds 5 a pop.
The endangered timber rattlesnake is getting a high-tech helping hand from a team of Purdue University researchers in veterinary medicine, forestry, and natural resources.
This book is a fascinating account of the Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) in the most northerly portion if its range.
Rattlesnake adventures; hunting with the old timers.
A RATTLESNAKE appears to have slipped through the net after a search for the slippery creature drew a blank.
And, second, it's best to stay out of West Texas on National Rattlesnake Day.