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Photo of Red Diamond Ratlesnake

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Red Diamond Ratlesnake
July 28, 2003 : The Red Diamond Ratlesnake was on hand to be viewed in Port Orchard, Washington during the reptile man show. Similar in color and pattern to the Western Diamondback it is generally considered an "even-tempered" rattlesnake.
Image uploaded:
Oct 6, 2008
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