rattlesnakes like to eat and like to sleep.mice
Yes, rattlesnakes can bit while in water. They are excellent swimmers.
above the water
Rattlesnakes do not play with anything.
Like all other snakes, rattlesnakes usually get the water they need from the food they eat, which varies depending on the type of rattlesnake. However, sometimes rattlesnakes suck in some water from a puddle or pond.
Rattlesnakes, like other species of snakes need adequate food and water to survive. They also need adequate shelter that will provide protection from the elements as well as protection from predators.
The food that it get has a juice inside it
Like all land animals, rattlesnakes get oxygen by absorbing it into their blood through their lungs.
Yes, all living things drink water.
All animals need water to survive.
No. The sacks which contain a rattlesnakes venom are just held at the base of its mouth.
Rattlesnakes consume mice, rats, small birds and other small animals.
Food, water, oxygen and shelter are the basic needs of most any organism, including rattlesnakes.
Rattlesnakes are called rattlesnakes in the desert and elsewhere.
Like miniature versions of the adults.
rattlesnakes lay live young like two other snakes.
Like all venomous snakes, rattlesnakes produce their venom in glands inside the head that are similar to salivary glands.
they slither like all the other snakes.
Yes, like all rattlesnakes it is venomous.
scales & skin like other snakes.
like fish scales mostly
No. Rattlesnakes are vertebrates and thus have an endoskeleton like we do.
There are no rattlesnakes in Scotland.