It’s no wonder everyone wants to take these home, and that they’re pretty hard to spot. This is one of the famous white speckled rattlesnakes from Southern Arizona, found in a desert wash at night and left as is.
Tags: Crotalus, mitchellii, pyrrhus, southewestern speckled rattlesnake
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