Biologists plan to boost rattlesnake population in Massachusetts

|  June 2, 2016

In Massachusetts, the timber rattlesnake population has declined to fewer than 200 due to years of habitat loss, reports The New York Times. Conservation biologists devised a plan to release a colony of the snakes on one of the state’s uninhabited islands near the Quabbin Reservoir.

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