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When people aren’t complaining about drought, conversations turn to dog ticks. How many did you pick off your dog or yourself today?
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Unlike many of us humans, rattlesnakes like it hot, especially the females. When pregnant, a female’s body temperature is 6 to 8 degrees C higher than normal, which enables the embryos to develop.
Tonight an opossum crossed the road from an abandoned house that may have kept it safe and dry through the winter.