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289158
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Date Uploaded:
27 Nov 2008
Date Created:
25 Nov 2008
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A Mojave Desert diamond back rattlesnake starts moving its head to see if there is any prey. Rattle snakes usually sit very still while waiting. But every once in a while one gets lucky and catches them re-adjusting their position.

Location: Sonora Desert, AZ, United States

Source: Sony HVR-A1U

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