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Rare rattlesnake discovered following rainy Texas weather

Manor Police Department
Manor Police Department

MANOR, Texas – A rare rattlesnake was discovered in Manor, just north of Austin, following a very wet September for South Texas.

The pattern-less diamondback rattlesnake was born with a mutation similar to albinism in humans, according to the Manor Police Department.

Snake sightings could increase as rain continues

Manor Animal Control took the snake and cited an increase in rainfall in the area as the reason for increased snake sightings.

More than 60 venomous snakes have been removed from the area in the last month, according to a Facebook post.

Manor Animal Control took possession of this rare rattle snake from MISD. The experts at the Snake Farm (...

Posted by Manor Police Department on Monday, September 24, 2018

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