Does the Diamondbback snake live in Wisconsin If so in what order would Wisconsin rank as to snake population of the Diamondback against Arizona New Mexico and Texas?
No, Western Diamondbacks are not native to Wisconsin.
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No. No species of cobra is indeginous to any part of the North or South American continents. King Cobras in particular are found only on the Southeastern part of the Asian continent, in places such as Thailand, India and Indonesia. Rattlesnakes and pitvipers, which are less venemous than cobras (they have a different kind of toxin), are found widely throughout Arizona. Some species include the diamondback and copperhead. Arizona has many rattlesnake species, including the…