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Rattlesnakes. Mrs. Johnson Reagan Magnet School. Rattlesnakes are poisonous snakes that live in North America and South America. A rattlesnake has a rattle, a set of hollow rings, on the end of his tail. The snake uses his rattle to warn predators to stay away.

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Rattlesnakes

Mrs. Johnson

Reagan Magnet School


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Rattlesnakes are poisonous snakes that live in North America and South America.


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A rattlesnake has a rattle, a set of hollow rings, on the end of his tail.

The snake uses his rattle to warn predators to stay away.


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Rattlesnakes do not always rattle before they strike.

The diamondback rattler is the heaviest of all poisonous snakes.


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Rattlesnakes send out poison through two long, hollow fangs in their upper jaw.


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Rattlesnakes are camouflaged from predators.


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Rattlesnakes eat birds and small animals. The eat rats and other animals that destroy crops.

Listen to a rattlesnake!


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Notice the forked tongue. The snake uses this to "taste" the air and find its prey.


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Females give birth to 10-14 live young. They do not lay eggs like most snakes. Newborn rattlers take care of themselves. Their bite is dangerous.

Facts from the Texas Department of Wildlife


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Snakes are part of the ecosystem. Predators: Roadrunners, hawks, eagles, king snakes, and man.


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World's Largest Rattlesnake Roundup-Sweetwater, Texas


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