Today was another work day for me. While I slaved away doing more extractions(!), Sheila took the afternoon off to wander through Old Town; ending up at the Rattlesnake Museum, after which, she received a Certificate of Bravery! The Rattlesnake Museum hosts more different species than the top six zoos combined. Pictured below is a sidewinder (crotalus cerastes) coiled and ready to strike. What appear to be eyes are really scent-sensing "pits". The eyes (with vertical pupils) are directly under the "horns".