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Radio Tracking the Tamaulipan Rock Rattlesnake

Oct 31, 2018
by Snake Professional

Craig Pelke of San Antonio Zoo has shared a few fascinating photos of a special project conducted by San Antonio Zoo in a partnership with the Universidad de Autonoma Nuevo Leon.

The species is the Tamaulipan rock rattlesnake (Morulus lepidus morulus) and the tracking project takes place in Central Nuevo Leon. In the photographs we can see the external radio transmitter
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We very much look forward to any updates in the future!

Relevant Links

https://www.facebook.com/bigsnakeguy

https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioZoo/

https://www.facebook.com/Universidad-Autonoma-de-Nuevo-Leon-196123430427005/

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Disclaimer; We at Snake Professional & 1-2-1 (Animal Handling) Products do NOT advise this method of handling and doing so is at the handlers own risk!

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