(Crotalus basiliscus)
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Crotalus basiliscus   One of the largest rattlesnakes; specimens exceeding 150 cm are not rare, and the maximum size reported is 204.5 m, but there are some long term captives that are even larger. Large specimens have a prominent vertebral ridge on the anterior part of the body, shaped by high neural spines.
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  Crotalus basiliscus
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