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Bryan Hughes, owner of Rattlesnake Solutions said the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake is the most common species of rattlesnake found in Arizona. (Cronkite News Photo by Kelcie Grega)

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Wetter months mean more vegetation and prey, but not necessarily more rattlesnakes

PHOENIX - After seeing more rain than usual during the cooler months, Arizona has plenty of vegetation to feed the rodents and birds that rattlesnakes love to eat.

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Wetter months mean more vegetation and prey, but not necessarily more rattlesnakes

PHOENIX - After seeing more rain than usual during the cooler months, Arizona has plenty of vegetation to feed the rodents and birds that rattlesnakes love to eat.