We're going with attachments with this one, as inserting images makes it harder
for you all to cheat. We don't want to make this any harder than it already is!
Pics 1 and 2: (Original Image #1 and "new" image revealing what and where):
For crying out loud you guys! Look in the little puddle. It's a Sonoran Mud Turtle.
They sometimes choose some very bad places to hide. Congrats to Jeff and Marty
for finding. Circle by Mr. Moorbeck.
Pics 3 and 4: (Original image # 2 and "new" image revealing what and where):
Sonoran Desert Tortoise. Circle by Jeff, Marty was on it as well.
Pics 5 and 6: (Original image #3 w/Jeff Circle added, and a closer look at snake):
Our newest addition to the Suizo Mountain Study, a Mojave Rattlesnake. Note
the heft on this rascal. Despite their reputation of being a nasty snake, this male
is a sweetheart! Honorable mention to Marty as well.
Pics 7 through 9: (Original image 4, plus two more hints).
I'm still not telling you where it is, but the angle of Pic 8 should give
it away. Pic 9 shows how well he hides. What is it, where is it? I do believe
Marty got this one, but couldn't identify the animal.
Pics 10 through 12: (Original image 5, plus 2 hints):
Where and what is the snake in Pic 10? You can't see it in Pic 10,
but Pics 11 and 12 clearly drop a bomb of a hint as to where it is.