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Watching a Rattlesnake Attack in Super Slow-Mo Will Mess You Up

Mohave rattlesnakes and Merriam kangaroo rats are currently embroiled in an evolutionary arms race, pitting wily predator against fast-acting prey. Dramatic high-speed video shows how quick and creative snakes need to be to launch an attack — and how rodents still manage to evade capture. Read More >>

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A Rattlesnake Looks Even More Deadly in Slow Motion

Rattlesnakes, especially the diamondback, are some of the most lethal animals in the world. They're also frighteningly cool, with that unique rattle at the end of their tails that lets you know they're there and could kill you. But how exactly do they make that distinctive rattle sound? Slow motion explains. Read More >>