Rattlesnake are best known and most easily recognized by their rattle. Rattlesnakes are found in the southern United States, from deserts and mountains and grow 3 to 4 feet (0.9 to 1.2 meters) in length. There are 16 different species of rattlesnakes. They all have rattles which are poisonous and pit vipers.
Rattlesnakes eat rodents, squirrels, rabbits and other small creatures. They hibernate in winter and emerge in the spring to eat, and then mate. Rattlesnake eggs will stay inside their mother until they hatch. Most of the time there are 8-10 children born at the time, and about 10 inches in length. Babies born venomous, but it can not rattle and are often more aggressive than adults.
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Fascinating Video Uncovers What’s Inside A Rattlesnake’s Rattle
YouTube channel “What’s Inside” published the video which shows what’s inside the rattlesnake’s Rattle.
The video that has been viewed more than 40 million times, shows host Daniel Markham and his son, Lincoln, cutting open a rattlesnake’s rattle.