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Western Diamondback Rattlesnake

Crotalus atrox

They feed mainly on rodents and will keep their numbers in check. Rattlesnake roundups have reduced their numbers significantly in many parts of their range, and those areas are now seeing the results of increased rodent populations, which are often associated with diseases.



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Least Concern

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