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Snake venom salesman Ken Darnell pours the collected venom into test tubes for a centrifuge on March 9, 2007 during the 49th annual Rattlesnake Round-up at the Nolan County Coliseum in Sweetwater, Texas. The venom is placed in a centrifuge to separate the venom cells from the skin cells. It is then sealed and placed on ice to keep viable for use in cancer research and anti-venom.

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Snake venom salesman Ken Darnell pours the collected venom into test tubes for a centrifuge on March 9, 2007 during the 49th annual Rattlesnake Round-up at the Nolan County Coliseum in Sweetwater, Texas.  The venom is placed in a centrifuge to separate the venom cells from the skin cells.  It is then sealed and placed on ice to keep viable for use in cancer research and anti-venom.