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Re: Which of these is true about Mojave rattlesnake young?

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October 01, 2011 12:23PM
Out where we live in north eastern Apple Valley, up against Granite Mountains, there are lots of Mojave Green Rattlesnakes in the flat desert areas around the mountains. Back when we first moved out here I talked to a man who had built a new home about a mile west of us and he said he had encountered about a dozen Mojave Green's around his home since he had move there, about a year's time. I have never seen a Mojave Green in Granite or Fairview Mountains. Up in those rocky hills I have only come across the Southwestern Speckled rattlesnakes. I have even found a half dozen of those in our yard since we have been here. I have not seen any rattlesnakes lately on my hikes for some reason. Soon they will be heading underground for the winter and our little Miniature Pincher named Piper will get to go with me on my hikes again. He got bit in the ear a couple of years ago by a Southwestern Speckled rattlesnake but luckily survived :-)
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Which of these is true about Mojave rattlesnake young?

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