And it`s rattle.
Rattlesnakes use their fangs and venom as a defense.
The main purpose of the venom is to obtain food so rattlesnakes do not want to waste it on defense. They will sometimes give a dry bite as a simple warning to "back off."
Well the easy way out of a fine is just to say that it tried to attack you and you killed it in self defense.
Rattlesnakes are called rattlesnakes in the desert and elsewhere.
Rattlesnakes do not have eyelashes.
There are no rattlesnakes in Scotland.
As with all rattlesnakes, the salivary gland has adapted to produce venom which is a digestive fluid and used in food getting and defense.
Some have sharp teeth like the crocodile. Some like rattlesnakes have poison in their bite. Some can strangle their prey like boa constrictors.
nobody, rattlesnakes are solitary
Rattlesnakes are carnivores.
No, rattlesnakes do not migrate.
no if they came in the same cage they would fight