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About Western Diamondback
There are 35 species of rattlesnakes, the Western Diamondback is one of the most dangerous. They are in the pit viper family.

The Western Diamondback has a rattle at the end of its tail. The rattle is made up of 12 loose, bony rings that make a rattling noise when the tail vibrates. Its rattle gets longer each year. The rattling noise acts as a warning to other animals and humans. The rattling noise is a helpful warning to humans because rattlesnakes are venomous and they can kill a person.

A rattlesnake's jaws are able to open to nearly 180 degrees, making for a large, powerful bite.

Like all snakes in the rattlesnake family, the Western Diamond Back gives birth to live young.


Facts about Crotalus atrox
 
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Western Diamondback
What class is this animal assigned to?

Reptiles
What does this animal eat?

Mammals, birds and lizards
Where did this animal live? Southeartern Untied States, Mexico
 
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