Which desert snake makes a noise with its tail?
Only the rattlesnake has a built in rattle. However, some other harmless species, such as the gopher snake, will vibrate its tail if threatened. If the snake happens to be on dry leaves or grass, this can produce a sound that mimics a rattlesnake.
Which desert snake makes a noise with its tail ?
The python is rather large spieces of snake and they typically live in bogs, wetlands, forests, or mashes. This spieces and the boa spiecies squeeze their pray to death rather than eat it alive or poison it. The rattle snake is also a unique spieces of snake that has venom that will kill you, but what makes it unique is the rattler on the tip of it's tail. when you get to close to the…
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The last few segments of a Rattle snake's tail are loosely connected. When it becomes agitated, it vibrates its tail rapidly - causing the loose segments to rub together - creating the classic rattle noise. Other species of snake imitate this sound too - some of the Corn snakes I have vibrate their tails in a similar way, when annoyed.