Illustration showing a rattle-snake (Vipera caudisona Americana). Inset are the rattle with 24 joints, a cross-section of the rattle, and a tooth or fang through which venom passes when the snake bites its prey. The colour of the head of this rattle-snake is brown, the eye red, the upper part of the body a brownish-yellow, transversely marked with irregular broad black stripes. The rattle is of a brown colour - 1731.
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