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Published on 16 Jul 2013 | over 3 years ago

To beat—and eat—a venomous rattlesnake, this red-tailed hawk uses a clever strategy. It tries to make the snake strike at its wing feathers, so the snake's head is exposed. But the rattler's toxic bite makes it a dangerous meal to catch.
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