What Makes A Rattlesnake Rattle?!

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What Makes A Rattlesnake Rattle?!

What is inside a snakes rattle, what if you cut it open?

Rattlesnakes are large, venomous snakes that are found throughout North and South America. Just the State of Arizona is home to 13 species of these snakes, more than any other state in the U.S. The most distinctive feature that these species share is the rattle.

A Rattlesnake shakes her tale 50 times in one second, which makes high frequency rattle sound and scares the predators away. 

With this unique defense mechanism Rattlesnakes are real nightmare material. Rattlesnakes are some of the most unique and diverse reptiles in America. There are 36 different species of Rattlesnakes around the globe, all equally dangerous predators.

Every time a rattlesnake molts, its rattle becomes a bit longer. 

In this video bellow,you can watch a guy cut a snake's rattle in half to see what's inside of it:

If you have a fear of snakes, then we apologize and hope that you found this entertaining and educational!

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