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Why Did the Insanely Huge Diamondback Rattlesnake Cross the Road?

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A giant diamondback rattlesnake, measuring nearly seven feet, crossed the road. 

Cathy Terry photographed a giant eastern diamondback rattlesnake crossing the road. The photo shot from their truck indicates that it is nearly seven feet long.

In fact, according to Terry’s Facebook post, the snake spanned about half of a two-lane road.

Terry sent the photo to WFLA News and told the station the snake slithered just south of Bartow.

Even though Terry took the photo with a telephoto lens the snake still looked liked something off of a movie.

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Why Did the Insanely Huge Diamondback Rattlesnake Cross the Road?