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How to Survive a Rattlesnake Attack

Rattlesnakes are deadly, but at least they’re polite. Out of the over 100 types of snake in the U.S., the rattlesnake is one of the only ones that gives you a warning before it sinks its venom-injecting fangs into you. Still, plenty of people manage to get bitten by them every year. Here’s what you should do if hear that rattling sound, and how to survive if you get bit. Read more...
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