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Biologist Doug Blodgett captures a timber rattlesnake in Vermont. While the research is aimed at tracking snake movements for conservation purposes, it also assesses snake health. Photo: Matt Miller/TNC

Biologist Doug Blodgett captures a timber rattlesnake in Vermont. While the research is aimed at tracking snake movements for conservation purposes, it also assesses snake health. Photo: Matt Miller/TNC


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