What is the eastern diamondback rattlesnake's habitat?

Answer Crotalus adamanteus, known by its common name--eastern diamondback rattlesnake--is the most poisonous snake in North America. Although normally a forest-dweller, human encroachment on natural habi... Read More »

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What is the record length for an eastern diamondback rattlesnake?

The eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) is the largest of North America's venomous snakes. The record length for this snake species is 8 feet from head to tail. The average length... Read More »

Is the eastern diamondback rattlesnake endangered?

The Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake's population has been decreasing but they are not endangered as of 2010. The snake is the largest poisonous snake in North America; they can grow up to 8 feet in... Read More »

Is the eastern diamondback rattlesnake common or rare?

The eastern diamondback rattlesnake is common in the southeastern United States, though it is considered rare in specific areas. The International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Reso... Read More »

What is the niche of the western diamondback rattlesnake?

An ecological niche is how a population (of animals or plants) fits into its environment. A niche is therefore comprised of that population's habitat, its predators and prey, and its general impact... Read More »