Apparently the rattlesnakes in Oklahoma’s southern foothills are taking steroids during hibernation.
Oklahoma radio station recently shared a video that shows some massive rattlesnakes hunters have recently caught. Now that it’s springtime, the snakes are leaving their dens feeling hungry and frisky.
According to the station, these snakes were found in the Slick Hills south of Carnegie, Okla. The hunters captured the rattlers for the Apache Rattlesnake Festival, an annual Oklahoma event that draws thousands of visitors.
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