Twin - Snake Rattle Rattle Snake - Totem

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Cochise County, AZ. It is most often encountered in taluses and rocky outcrops but it is also commonly encountered in relatively flat, rockless, open forest. It can be active at any time of the year but winter activity is generally restricted to basking near the hibernaculum on sunny and unseasonably warm days. Cannibalism has been observed in this Twin - Snake Rattle Rattle Snake - Totem . It uses venom injected through long, hollow, retractable fangs to kill and begin digesting its prey.

A litter of up to 9 young is born in summer. If encountered it should be left alone. A large percentage of envenomations occur when a snake is handled or abused. Protected in the state of Arizona. It is against Arizona State law to harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, or collect this animal or to attempt to engage in any such conduct.

By Thomas C. Brennan Bartlett. Snakes of North America: Western Region. Gulf Publishing Co. Houston, TX Brennan, T. Arizona Game and Fish Department. Phoenix, AZ Fowlie. The The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise - Firehouse Five Plus Two - Yes Sir!

Thats My Baby of Arizona. The Venomous Reptiles of Arizona. Phoenix, AZ Stebbins. Western Reptiles and Amphibians. Houghton Mifflin. New York, NY. We request that if you make use of the textual contents of this site in reports, publications, etc. All photos on this website are copyrighted. However, those found in the species account and habitat sections may be used for any noncommercial scientific, educational, or conservation purposes provided that photographs are not altered and continue to bear the copyright symbol and name of the photographer.

Please contact the photographer regarding commercial use of copyrighted photographs. Cochise Co. Dorsal blotches usually merge into one row near the tail. A dark stripe marks each side of the face, extending from behind the eye to the neck. The underside is cream with mottling of Twin - Snake Rattle Rattle Snake - Totem gray-brown. Which Witch Is Which - Love - Reel-To-Real pupils are vertically elliptical and the dorsal scales are keeled.

The neck is slender and the head is broad and triangular. On the end of the tail is a rattle composed of a series of loosely interlocking keratinous sections. A new section is added each time the snake sheds its skin. The rattle segment nearest to the tail is orange.


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  7. A new section is added each time the snake sheds its skin. The rattle segment nearest to the tail is orange. DISTRIBUTION: This snake is found in the Chiricahua, Pinaleño, Huachuca, and Santa Rita "sky island" mountain ranges of southeastern Arizona at elevations ranging from ca. ' to ca. 11,'.

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