What Does a Ground Rattler Look like?


A ground rattler, also known as a pygmy rattlesnake, is a venomous snake found in the southwestern United States. They have oval or round spots, a bar that runs from the eye to the mouth and an orange dorsal stripe. They also have a small rattle on their tail.
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