1. Thriving in South Dakota.http://www.wildphotosphotography.com/WildPhotos/HERPS/prairie_rattlesnake.htm
It is hard to discover these snakes outside their holes from September until March since they remain in underground passages and nooks.
2. Prairie Rattlesnakes are venomous.http://www.animalspot.net/prairie-rattlesnake.html
These snakes can live in dried territories, wherein they look for discharge prairie canine caves to remain in and make throw the winter.
3. Watch The Horrible Video.
4. Mother Prarie Rattlesnake with her babies.http://www.ab-conservation.com/go/default/index.cfm/programs/wildlife/wildlife-projects/avamp/alberta-snake-hibernaculum-inventory/
Each den in South Dakota typically has 250 different snakes that tolerate each other -- from garter snakes to bullsnakes -- and can number as high as 1,000.
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