This is maybe my favorite photograph of an Arizona Black Rattlesnake, taken in situ. Yes, that plant in the foreground is poison oak, and yes I’m laying in it. Oh well, live and burn. I mean learn.
Tags: Arizona Black Rattlesnake, cerberus, Crotalus
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