Banded Rock Rattlesnake

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Name: Banded Rock Rattlesnake
Scientific name: Crotalus lepidus klauberi
Range:  western and central Mexico, north to central New Mexico, and southern Arizona
Habitat: living in high altitudes in dry, rocky areas
Status: apparently secure
Diet in the wild: rodents, lizards, small snakes, some amphibians and large insects
Diet in the zoo: lizards, insects, and nutritional substances provided by the zoo
Location in the Zoo:  Herpetarium
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