Does a rattlesnake live alone or in a pack?
Except when the snakes den up for winter hibernation, rattlers are solitary animals.
Rattlesnakes live alone.
Rattlesnakes are solitary animals except during the winter when they may hibernate in a den with a number of other snakes. They live and hunt food alone.
They live alone
Some jellyfishes, like semaeostomeae, live in pack, while others, like rhizostomeae, live alone.
wolves are animals that live in a pack but only sometimes are they alone for somewhat reason.
Sometimes they do, if they are not in a pack. Otherwise, they are with a mate or a pack.
live in big herds
Tundra swans, live in flocks.
Several may den up for the winter together, but normally all snakes are solitary.
Usually they live in packs but really they live in herds.
mostly they live in pack but yes they can live alone
They stay in a pack they do not live alone
No they live in packs. i live in a pack with wolves. actally they live in herds. they live with cows and birds.
No, during their active seasons, rattlesnakes are generally solitary animals. During colder months, however, they may den together in large numbers and always return to the same den each year.
They usually live in a pack but when one gets hurt or is old and can't keep up with the pack it is in a position that the pack could turn on it and eat it or it will just get left behind.
Spiders don't live in packs - they are all solitary animals.
they could it is unlikely to happen because they are a pack animal.
Except for a mother with cubs, pandas are solitary animals.
Like most canids, Huskies are pack animals.
There are species of rattlesnake that live in all of the biomes listed in the question. Examples:Desert - western diamondback rattlesnake Mountain - rock rattlesnake Forest - timber rattlesnake Jungle - tropical rattlesnake
A wolf lives in a pack of other wolves usually 8-12 wolves per a pack
Desert iguanas are not 'pack' animals. They are usually solitary but may share an area with other iguanas.
Yes. They live in the mountains also. It depends on which kind, there are: Western Diamondback Rattlesnake Mojave Desert Sidewinder Sonoran Desert Sidewinder Colorado Desert Sidewinder Banded Rock Rattlesnake Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake Black-tailed Rattlesnake Twin Spotted Rattlesnake Mojave Rattlesnake Tiger Rattlesnake Grand Canyon Rattlesnake Arizona Black Rattlesnake Great Basin Rattlesnake Hopi Rattlesnake Prairie Rattlesnake Ridge-Nose Rattlesnake New Mexico Ridge-Nose Rattlesnake Desert Massasauga ... and yes, some do live in the desert
Usually in a pack so they don't get hunted as prey, because they think it will scare sharks off. Hope this helps.
Alone. They are not a pack animal
Rattlesnakes are found in deserts. grasslands, forests, mountains, wetlands and even in rain forests.
The cottonmouth is a pit viper related to the rattlesnakes but is not a rattlesnake.
Rattlesnakes do not just live in the desert. They are found in grasslands, forests, mountains, wetlands and even in the rain forest. They adapt to their environment.
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Typically, Dingos live alone, though they do have a mate in mating season, and help raise the pups etc. Dingos are sometimes known to hunt in a pack to bring down large prey, like a kangaroo. Dingoes can be found usually alone. But, most of the time they have a pack. They may not always be hanging around other pack members, but they do have a pack. They are mostly found together if hunting or… Read More
the sidewinder (Crotalus cerastes),speckled rattlesnake (C. mitchellii), Mojave rattlesnake, western rattlesnake (C. viridis), Hopi Rattlesnake, Midget Faced Rattlesnake, and Great Basin Rattlesnake
Iowa has four poisonous snakes, all of which are state endangered species except the timber rattlesnake. The massasauga is known to live only in three state marshes. Timber rattlesnakes are the largest and potentially the most dangerous. They occur in eastern and southern Iowa where bits of relatively undisturbed habitat remain. The prairie rattlesnake is very rare in Iowa and is limited to the northern portions of the Loess Hills. The copperhead is found only… Read More
Yes. Three species live there. The timber rattlesnake, pygmy rattlesnake, and the huge eastern diamondback rattler.
Depends really what your talking about, if its a wild horse they do live in herds with one male and multiple females, but if its a domesticated horse ( most are) they do live with humans.
Rattlesnakes live in a variety of biomes - grasslands, forests, deserts, wetlands, mountains. The are also known form the Amazon rain forest.
There is no such thing as the Texas Rattlesnake. However, their are a number of rattlesnake species that live in the Chihuahuan Desert: Western Diamondback Prairie Mojave Blacktail Mottled Rock Banded Rock Massasauga
Mainly wolves live in groups called packs. But when a wolf gets sick or injured it leaves the pack and becomes a lone wolf.
They live in group. Kind of like a pack even though they aren't wolves. They stick together and take care of each other.
Snakes are solitary animals. They don't live in 'packs', they aren't wolves.
Yes, there are eight species of rattlesnake in Texas:Western Diamondback Rattlesnake Timber (canebrake) Rattlesnake Mojave Rattlesnake Blacktail Rattlesnake Western (prairie) Rattlesnake Massasauga Pygmy Rattlesnake Rock Rattlesnake
Rattlesnakes live in a wide variety of habitats from forests, grasslands, deserts, mountains, wetlands and even in rain forests. They are found from southern Canada all the way south to the tropics of South America.
Rarely but yes. Lone wolves hunt alone. A wolf in a pack may hunt alone but 99.9% of the time it hunts with its pack.
they are both snakes and eat animalsbut the boa is bigger than a rattlesnake and they live in the rainforst.rattlesnaks live in texs and plac llike that.
There are 6 venomous snakes in Florida, they are the Copperhead, Pygmy Rattlesnake, Cottonmouth, Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, Timber Rattlesnake and Eastern Coral Snake.
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Velociraptors were dinosaurs that were about the size of a chicken. They did not hunt or live in packs. They were very solitary animals and were usually seen alone.
Mainly alone, as most cats.
There is no species called the "desert rattlesnake" but there are dozens of species that live in the desert. The image above is one of them.
Life expectancy is more than 20 years.
The timber rattlesnake (Croatus horridus) and the massasauga rattlesnake both occur in Pennsylvania.
Rattlesnakes are found in all deserts in the United States and Mexico. They are also found in grasslands, wetlands, forests, mountains and even rain forests