- Snake Island: Massachusetts to Set Up Rattlesnake Reserve
- Timber-rattlesnake.Crotalus-horridus Timber rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) were once widespread in New England, but now they're endangered in states like Massachusetts, which plans to introduce a population of the reptiles into the wild.
- Snakes alive — don't put rattlers in Quabbin
- According to the state's website, the endangered timber rattlesnake, aka Crotalus horridus, is a large, heavy-bodied snake in the pit-viper family. Adults grow anywhere from 36 to 60 inches long.
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- The group of researchers was from Hyderabad, based on JSPS Government Homeopathic Medical College, and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology or (IICT). The snake vemon or Crotalus Horridus was seen to be able to stop the duplication of the virus ...
- Dog rescued from bank of Nooksack River
- There is a plant in that area called Devil's club (Oplopanax horridus) which has spikes up and down the plant.
- John J. Kupa: Will rattlesnakes slither back to RI?
- Massachusetts believes it has a mandate to return rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) to its forests. The state has several colonies of rattlesnakes within its borders. One wonders why more are needed.
Horridus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Horridus books and related discussion.
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