Monday, January 24, 2011

Pygmy Rattlesnake

Very little dangerous snakes.Celebrities in the world in his famous tail that when someone is troubled she shakes her tail and makes a strong sound as a warning. Its tail is composed of several scales. 8 of these scales is in its tail and from there comes the sound.
Sam warning this tail serves for communication with a partner. It is interesting to Rattlesnakes mind rain, because when the snake does get wet, then its tail can not sound. In the United States there are 31 rattlesnake while in South America there is only 1st Rattlesnakes characteristic is that they live born young. Pygmy Rattlesnake average length of 1 meter to 2 meters. It generally stays in the wilderness areas of the stone.
Generally you can see in all tropical areas of the United States. Food is mammals.Hunt frogs, mice, birds, lizards and other small animals that live in the desert.Her trick is that its tail plays an insect in the hope that these small rodents might think that it is their food. When you approach to see what is moving rattlesnake catch them then. Its bite is very dangerous for man. The teeth are strong and big and can without difficulty to enter the man a few centimeters.

Rattlesnakes Kopljoglav

Very deadly snake. It was named because her head is in the form of spears. Its length is about 1.5 meters and lives in Argentina and Mexico. Food as Rattlesnakes and other small mammals such as mouse, lizards, birds and small fish. It can bring into the world of 40 to 70 eggs.

Dwarf Rattlesnakes

Very little rattlesnake whose length is about 50 cm.

Diamond rattlesnake

Very rare rattlesnake that lives only in the United States. It can grow to 2 meters.

Rattlesnakes Sararaka

They live from North America all the way to Brazil.
One of the most dangerous snake in North America. This rattlesnake is poisonous and dangerous to people. It can grow up to 4 meters with a poison that is very dangerous and bigg snakes.His hunt at night. Its prey are small rodents, but can be seen in the vicinity of settlements where domestic animals hunted.

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