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.
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.
A grassy, damp area
water or damp environments
All body parts allow a rattlesnake live in its habitat. Remove any body part and the snake will not survive.
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
cool dark and damp places
Their natural habitat is in the sub tropical forests, because it is damp and shady