At the end of its tail.
Rattle their tail
Yes a rattle does have fangs and a tail.
no, venom is in the head not the tail
True rattlesnakes (with a rattle on the tip of their tail) are not found in Africa.
no the don't because they are not a rattle snake
They vibrate their tail about 50 times per second. The loose segments of the rattle then produce a buzzing sound as they rub against each other.
There is nothing inside the rattle, it is hollow.
The rattle is made up of specially formed scales, which fit into each other, and make a buzzing sound when the snake vibrates the tail..All pit vipers vibrate the tail, like copperheads and cottonmouths, but only rattlers make a distinctive sound because of the rattles.
The sections of the tail are not rigid, but loosely connected. When the snake moves its tail - these sections rub together, creating the characteristic 'rattle'
It wouldn't be a rattle snake or snake without a tail. Would it??
They rattle their tail as a warning, "Hey, look out! I'm down here so do not step on me. If you do, things will not turn out well for either of us."