FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — All across America, the sweltering days from mid-July to August mark the most likely times for people to encounter rattlesnakes, says University of Arkansas rattlesnake expert Steve Beaupre. Unfortunately, such encounters often end in tragedy — for the rattlesnake.
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