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Can you see the Diamondback Rattlesnake in this Arizona photo?

Can you spot the diamondback rattlesnake sitting in this photo taken in a garden in Scottsdale, Arizona?

Can you spot the diamondback rattlesnake sitting in this photo taken in a garden in Scottsdale, Arizona?

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A big rattlesnake is giving people a willy on social media. After the photo was revealed, it was almost impossible to find even in broad daylight.

the image is January 21st shared Snake trapping service summoned to get rid of venomous predators on Facebook by Rattlesnake Solutions.

“this is Scottsdale backyard’” the company wrote. “A western diamondback rattlesnake hiding in plain sight, wearing a splendid generalist camouflage.”

The snake proved to be very difficult to see by the Mojave Yucca plant, so the company later shared a close-up, showing the snake sitting roughly in the middle.

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This close-up shows a western diamondback sitting roughly in the middle of the picture. Pictures of rattlesnake solutions

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“I couldn’t find it at all, so it must have been bitten to death.” Jacqueline Jay I have written.

“This is why I don’t walk in heavy bushes…and when I hear rustling down one path, I go down another.” Jennifer L. Humbert Posted.

“Damn, I’m going to get rid of this plant!” Jim McNeil Said.

The Western Diamondback is a “heavy-bodied snake” native to Arizona. Their name refers to the “dark lozenge pattern” that runs along their back. Arizona Sonoran Desert MuseumThe venomous snake can grow to a size of 7 feet in the state and live for 20 years, the museum says.

Rattlesnake Solutions captures rattlesnakes in homes and businesses and then releases them into the wilderness.

Mark Price has been a reporter for The Charlotte Observer since 1991, covering schools, crime, immigration, LGBTQ issues, homelessness, nonprofits and more. He graduated from the University of Memphis with a major in journalism and art history and a minor in geology.



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