Where in US can you find the western diamondback rattlesnake?
Western diamondbacks are found in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.
Arizona has 13 species of rattlesnakes Western diamondback is one of them.
The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake ranges from central and western Texas, through southern New Mexico and Arizona, and into southern California. It also extends into central Mexico. hope this helps! When researching this i even found a recipe for "Fried Rattlesnake and Ham Gravy" (yum yum) -animalgirl555 =>
There are several species, and most are found west of the Rockies. The eastern US has the eastern diamondback, timber, and pygmy rattlers. The west has the Pacific rattlesnake, western diamondback, tiger rattler, Mojave rattler, sidewinder, rock rattler, speckled rattlesnake, western rattler, black tailed rattler.
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Raleigh America Inc.Kent WAUnited States 98032 This is from Diamondback.com's about us wiki page. From what I remember, if this is the same Raleigh from my childhood, they are the K-Mart $99 bikes that fall apart, so hopefully the Diamondbacks are much higher quality, cuz I have one too! Raleigh does own Diamondback but don't let that fool you. Diamondback bikes are a much higher quality then department store bikes. They are a top of…
They live in southern California, part of northern California, and Mexico. All these places are hot or humid. Desert or scrubland areas, rocky areas, forested areas, etc. Their habitat and range tends to vary based on the area of the Americas the snake is native to. Rattlesnakes of one species or another are found over much of the US, Mexico, and Central America. Some live in western deserts and mountains, others, like the eastern diamondback…