0

Privacy settings

Strictly necessary services

Strictly necessary services are essential for the operation of our site and can therefore not be deactivated. They include:

  • Session

  • Google Maps

  • Trusted Shops

  • IP localization (anonymous)

  • Privacy settings

  • Cookies

Analytics services

Help us to produce anonymised analytics and statistics on the performance and usage of our website/apps. The data we collect is crucial for identifying possible problems so that we can continuously improve the experience for users.

  • Webtrekk

  • GoogleTags

  • Awin

Personalisation services

Create a more personal, relevant user experience by personalising/customising content for you based on your previous visits, page views and purchases.

  • Sovendus

  • Nosto

Social media services

Allow you to “like”, recommend or share our content with friends and acquaintances on social media.

  • Facebook

Rattlesnake

Rattlesnake

£4.99 £2.99
Incl. 20% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost
Add to Wishlist

Item number: 14740

Dimensions: 2.5 x 1.5 x 1 inch (W x D x H)


Rattlesnake

Product details

The rattlesnake is a dangerous venomous snake known for the rattling sound it makes with the end of its tail as a warning.

Rattlesnakes have a rattle of rings on their tail. If they feel threatened, they move it quickly back and forth, 50-60 times per second. The hollow rings rattle against each other and make a fearsome noise. The snake wants to express: "Warning, I'm dangerous, stay away from me." Their venom is so strong that even a gram of it would kill thousands of mice. Therefore, it is also one of the most poisonous snakes in the world. The largest of its kind is the diamond rattlesnake with up to 2.4 m length and 4.5 kg in weight.

Fun fact

Rattlesnakes make a rattling noise before they attack.

Scientific facts

  • Scientific name: Crotalus
  • Global home: North, South, Central America
  • Conservation status: Least concern
  • Primary habitat: Dry Savanna, Subtropical Shrubland, Temperate Forest, Temperate Grassland