What rattlesnake lives in a damp habitat?
Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes, pygmy rattlesnakes, timber rattlesnakes and tropical rattlesnakes live in more humid and damp areas.
the habitat that the western diamondback rattlesnake lives
The earth...... ( it lives in moist damp dark dirt) ... ( underground)
a fox lives in cold damp places and also needs a habitat where there is food and water so they can stay healthy.
A gray wolf usually lives in a bushy and damp area where unters dont go.
Yes, a rattlesnake is a vertebrae. A vertebrae is an animal with a backbone. The rattlesnake definitely has a backbone. If an animal does not have a backbone it is an invertebrate.
The diamondback rattlesnake
Since i live in Arizona this is easy a diamond back snake lives in the desert . The eastern diamondback rattlesnake lives in eastern pine forests and swamps in the coastal plain of eastern states.
tree tops and it eats tiny mammels which it has to find in damp places of the rain forests and it lives mostly up high
almost anywhere but usually small damp and dark places
Jagaurs habitat is dense lowland rainforests where it is humid and damp. They avoid open grasslands and seasonally dry forests. The jaguar is a very adaptable cat. It lives in deserts, mountains, and plains as well as the rain forest.
Rattlesnakes are found in deserts. grasslands, forests, mountains, wetlands and even in rain forests.
a dark and damp habitat. e.t.c a rotting fallen tree.
The Tiger Moth lives in damp places, mainly near rivers and gardens. It is found all over Europe, parts of Asia and North America.
A grassy, damp area
Jaguars live in a wide variety of biomes - rainforests, scrub, grasslands, wetlands, savannas and even deserts.
All body parts allow a rattlesnake live in its habitat. Remove any body part and the snake will not survive.
No, rattlesnakes do not make their own habitat. They adapt to the habitat in which they live.
Their natural habitat is in the sub tropical forests, because it is damp and shady
cool dark and damp places
Slugs can live in any damp enviorment. Slugs can live in any damp enviorment.
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.
Some of the most common animals that live in a dark and damp habitat are amphibians. This group includes toads, frogs, and newts. You can also find snails in these places.
A habitat is where an animal can usually be found. For instance, the habitat of frogs and newts are in damp places round a pond, or marshy area.
Different species live in different habitats. For example, red tailed hawks inhabit forests and open land, the red shouldered hawk lives mainly in damp woodlots and forests, the Harris' hawk lives in the desert southwest.
Damp and cool out of direct sunlight.
The ground , trees, rocks, and much more. or . Habitat of fungi are that they usally thrive on moist or damp environment
because it is damp and snails like dampness
Pandas live in a cold damp climate.
Damp forest floor
the habitat lives over in the dessert
The habitat of the rattlesnake is restricted to the western hemisphere - the Americas.
a scorpion lives in a dark damp cold habitat . if you want to see one the Eden project has millions and if you are lucky one might even crawl up your leg . yes i know the people there are horrible and treat you like idiots. well i know your obviously not.
A cool, damp, dark habitat would be best. They don't like to be out in bright, hot or dry days.
It is the famous rattlesnake. While the Western Rattlesnake is native to the state of Washington, they are not native to western Washington because of the damp winter season. They have very rarely been seen west of the Cascades.
It is a rattlesnake that lives in north America, known for its distinctive markings. There are two species: Western Diamondbacks and Eastern Diamondbacks.
a salamanders habit is damp forest and ponds
Yes they need quite a moist habitat otherwise they dehydrate.
They live in damp places like the forest floor.
The species' range extends from central Arizona south through south-central Arizona in the United States, to southern Sonora, Mexico.
misty and damp but worm
The plant that lives in a horse's habitat would be grass.
they are different because the organism is the person, animal,etc. that lives in the habitat. The habitat is the environment that the thing lives in. ^_^
If the animal built it and lives in it or it could be a place in the world that the animal lives in, for examples a penguin lives in antarctica , that is their habitat even for dogs and cats and other housepets, the house of their owner could be their habitat too!
A habitat is where something lives to survive. An animal habitat is where an animal lives to survive. Even you live in a habitat the city or civilization is where we eat sleep reproduce and survive. the area where an organism lives, including the biotic and abiotic factors that affect the organism. a habitat is where species lives. for example the polar bear live in Antarctica, a cold, ice, place not in a jungle
a social habitat is where it lives
Habitat. A population lives in a habitat. The habitat must satisfy all the needs of its population.
Rain Forests. Tree frogs enjoy damp, moist and dark places. A tree frog's habitat is in rain forests.
Germs grow very rapidly in damp places, especially damp warm places. So say if someone lives in a damp place they can pick up germ's quite easily.
The massasauga is a rattlesnake species found in southern Ontario, northern Mexico, and parts of the United States.