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Biologists in West Virginia study how to relocate rattlesnakes

A timber rattler peers out from a forest hiding spot.Biologists with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources have teamed up with Marshall University graduate students to monitor the movement of timber rattlesnakes in an effort to develop methods for moving the reptiles from high-use recreation areas. The project is part of a three-year-long study in Kanawha and Coopers Rock state forests and will […]


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