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This reptile is common within New York state. It hibernates in winter with other snakes (diamondback rattle snakes) in south-facing rock burrows. It's diet consists of rodents and birds.
White-tailed deer have thrived without sufficient amounts of predation within the New York state.
This is a big bird.
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