How to Tell the Age of a Rattlesnake?

Answer Despite common myths that you can tell the age of rattlesnakes by the number of segments on their rattles, there is no way to tell the exact age of a rattlesnake just by looking at it. The only acc... Read More »

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Diet of a Rattlesnake?

Found primarily throughout the American southwest, the rattlesnake is a legendary venomous predator. Although it does not prey on people, its bite is nevertheless capable of killing a full-grown ma... Read More »

How to Tie a Rattlesnake Knot?

The rattlesnake knot is an ornamental knot used to add style and add weight to the end of a rope. Any type of flexible rope can be used to make the knot, but a strong and durable rope, such as para... Read More »

How to Find a Rattlesnake?

Finding rattlesnakes is not as hard as people think. You need to look in area's where you are bound to find them. They are normally in warm, tropical places. You can find them in between trees, san... Read More »

Sidewinder Rattlesnake Diet?

The desert sidewinder (Crotalus cerastus) exists in the Southwest, in states such as California, Arizona, Utah, and Nevada and in portions of Mexico. Three subspecies of the sidewinder--the Colorad... Read More »