Do rattlesnakes live in the city?
Yes, rattlesnakes do occur in some cities, particularly in suburbs which border undeveloped areas.
Rattlesnakes generally prefer a temperate or tropical climate. They are not found in cold areas, such as northern Canada and are found only in the very south of that country.
No. Rattlesnakes only live in North America.
rattlesnakes live on the continents of north america and south america.
Eastern diamondbacks, timber rattlers, and pygmy rattlesnakes live there.
The 32 species of rattlesnake live all over north America from the lower parts of western Canada through mid west and western US states and right down into south America,
No. Rattlesnakes are snakes of the Americas only.
Rattlesnakes give live birth. They are ovoviviparous.
Yes, all rattlesnakes give live birth.
Rattlesnakes live only in North and South America. Greenland is much too cold for reptiles.
Rattlesnakes are found throughout all of Utah.
Yes. Rattlesnakes never lay eggs. They giver birth to live young.
Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes, pygmy rattlesnakes, timber rattlesnakes and tropical rattlesnakes live in more humid and damp areas.
Rattlesnakes may seek shelter in hollow logs.
Rattlesnakes do not lay eggs. The female holds the eggs inside her body and the young are then hatched and born alive. Rattlesnakes are ovoviviparous.
Rattlesnakes are found in North, South and Central America and nowhere else. They are not found in Italy.
No. Rattlesnakes give birth to live young.
Rattlesnakes can be found in forests, grasslands, wetlands, deserts, mountains and tropical rain forests.
Yes, there are rattlesnakes found in the rain forests from southern Mexico south into much of South America. However, they are more common in savanna and semi arid areas.
No, rattlesnakes are generally solitary. They only gather in large groups in a den for winter hibernation.
No, rattlesnakes are primarily ground dwellers and rarely climb.
Yes, rattlesnakes are found in the Petrified Forest of Arizona.
They live in pigmy caves.
The pygmy rattlesnake, the canebrake rattlesnake and, possibly, the eastern diamondback are found in Louisiana. The diamondback may have been extirpated.
No. Rattlesnakes do not lay eggs; they give birth to live young.
Rattlesnakes are ovoviviparous , they produce live young and do not lay eggs.
No. Rattlesnakes give birth to live young.
Rattlesnakes are a North and South American type of pit viper.
Yes, Rancho Cucamonga is in the range of several species of rattlesnakes.
Rattlesnakes are found in North, South and Central America only. They are not found in Australia.
Few rattlesnakes live more than a few weeks or months because many, as babies, are killed and eaten by a variety of predators. However, the rattlesnake has the potential for living 20 years or more.
Except when the snakes den up for winter hibernation, rattlers are solitary animals.
Rattlesnakes live in forests or deserts. The could live in blueberry fields if there was one nearby. It doesnt matter what type of field it is.
There area about 30 different types of rattlesnakes in the world. Rattlesnakes live only in the western hemisphere. Rattlesnakes are called pit vipers because have a heat sensing pitch on each side of their head, they are a member of the viperidae family. Rattlesnakes are ovoviviparous which meant they give birth to 5 to 20 live young at a time. Rattlesnakes have a deadly bite which injects venom into your bloodstream.
Yes, there are species of rattlesnakes that live in grasslands, deciduous forests, mountains and even in tropical rainforests
Yes, Rattlesnakes live only in North and South America, including some islands in the Caribbean Sea.
Rattlesnakes prefer warmer climates such as would be found in temperate or tropical areas.
Yes, rattlesnakes have babies. They are ovoviviporous - the eggs hatch inside the female and are born live.
Rattlesnakes give live birth - they are ovoviviparous. Yes, they will rattle while gravid.
Highly unlikely, as the rattlesnakes diet includes other reptiles !
No. Baby rattlesnakes live on their own. They bite when threatened.
The northern Pacific rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus oreganus) is found in British Columbia.
Rattlesnakes have been found in all states except Hawaii and Alaska. They may have become extirpated in a couple others.
Rattlesnakes are found in North, South and Central America and on no other continent.
The full life span of massasauga rattlesnakes can last up to 14 years but in captivity they have live for up to 20 years.
No only rattlesnakes live in California.
Rattlesnakes have historically been found in all states except Alaska and Hawaii. However, they may have become extirpated in 2-3 eastern states.
Rattlesnakes, unlike most snakes, don't hatch from eggs. They are viviparous, that is, they give birth to live young.
Yes, rattlesnakes are ovoviviparous. The female incubates the eggs inside her body and the young are born alive.