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The rattlesnake was hiding in toys near the boy's home, KTXS reported.
The venom of a widow spider is 15 times more toxic than that of a rattlesnake.
Hidden beneath the varnish was an adult rattlesnake, stretched out full length.
To hunters who join snake roundups for fundraisers and family entertainment, Pennsylvania’s venomous rattlesnakes are just like dogs.
These can include bites from scorpions, black widow spiders and rattlesnakes, as well as bee stings.
Each is deadeye with a gun — a good skill to have when rattlesnakes make their way into your home.
Indiana has native animals and other species that are dangerous, such as rattlesnakes, coyotes, and brown recluse spiders.
Will there be rattlesnakes, avalanche danger, exposure to heights?
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RATTLESNAKE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rattlesnake for English Language Learners
: a poisonous American snake with a group of hard, loose pieces (called scales) at the end of its tail that it shakes to make a noise
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