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Twentynine Palms, California
Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command and Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

Jul 29, 2008

Steve Selser, Combat Center Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs biology scientist technician, uses a specialized hook to place a young speckled rattle snake found at the Exercise Support Division motor pool compound in a plastic bin to be relocated to the wilderness July 29, 2008. The snake was transported to the hills behind the Combat Center Hazardous Munitions and Recycling plant. Although most desert creatures are nocturnal, wildlife calls are fairly common during the morning hours of summer.

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