Just when you think you know what a rattlesnake looks like, thin - Tucson News Now

Just when you think you know what a rattlesnake looks like, think again

The white rattlesnake is called the Rock Rattlesnake. (Source: Texas Parks & Wildlife) The white rattlesnake is called the Rock Rattlesnake. (Source: Texas Parks & Wildlife)
TEXAS (KXXV) -

Have you ever seen a white rattlesnake? Well, now you have!

Texas Parks & Wildlife shared a photo of the rock rattlesnake, seen at the Wyler Aerial Tramway in El Paso. 

TPW said that rattlesnakes won't strike unless they are provoked and that if you come across one, to just give it space and leave it alone. 

You can learn more about Texas snakes here

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