no they do not have rattles
No, python do not have rattles.
No. Copperheads are related to rattlesnakes but do not have rattles.
yes they both have rattles
The car rattles when I go fast in it.
heat shield might have came lose if it rattles alot
There is no snake, except the rattlesnake, that has rattles.
It is comin in forrin cars when they get old and if your car is doing that it means that you should probaly take it to be looked at!
If it rattles , then it means it's not stuck and is good!!!
I was told that the male rattlesnake's rattles get smaller from the body of the snake to the tip of the rattles Making a set of rattles in the shape of a Christmas tree and the female rattlesnake's rattles are the same width from the body of the snake until the tip of the rattles. I was told the by a taxidermist. The rattles of a male rattelsnake lay vertical and the female lay horizontal (flat)
No, the rattles are actually keratin - skin. The rattlesnake grows a new segment each time it sheds but does not shed the rattles.
i think ojibwe people use rattles for culture ocations
Rattlesnakes have rattles to warn predators to stay away from them or they will bite. Good question!
The preposition is "of." It connects the object (rattles) with the noun sound.
the rattles in its tail. :)
I don't know why your front end rattles, only my back end rattles. XD
If its tail rattles than yes If it doesn't rattle than no
They normally drop their rattles when they get about ten segments long. Then they regrow the rattle.
They use there rattles by simply moving the muscle in there tail. They use it to scare away predators.
The rattle is made up of specially formed scales, which fit into each other, and make a buzzing sound when the snake vibrates the tail..All pit vipers vibrate the tail, like copperheads and cottonmouths, but only rattlers make a distinctive sound because of the rattles.