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August 08, 2008 
Adam Martinson, a student at the University of Calgary, glues a radio transmitter onto the back of a... 
Calgary, Canada 
Martinson glues radio transmitter onto back of prairie rattlesnake in Dinosaur Provincial Park 
Adam Martinson, a student at the University of Calgary, glues a radio transmitter onto the back of a prairie rattlesnake in Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta in this picture taken August 7, 2008. Martinson has come to Dinosaur Provincial Park, listed as a United Nations World Heritage site, to study why snakes slither onto -- and too frequently die on -- the asphalt blacktop of the region's roads. For prairie rattlesnakes, considered to be potentially a "species at risk" by the Alberta government, and bull snakes, their nonvenomous cousins, roads are a deadly hazard. Picture taken August 7. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA) 
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