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WS - Rattlesnakes

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  • 1. Rattlesnakes
    Weston S
  • 2. Rattlesnakes are poisonous reptiles.
    They are 2 to 8 feet long.
    Rattlesnakes have rattles on their tails.
    Body
  • 3. Habitat
    Rattlesnakes live in hot deserts.
    They are found in North and South America. There are about 30 species of rattlesnakes.
  • 4. Rattlesnakes eat rats, lizards, birds and other small animals. Rattlesnakes bite their prey with sharp hollow fangs. Their strong venom quickly kills the prey.
    Food
  • 5. Female rattlesnakes have 4 to 30 babies at one time. Baby rattlesnakes can hunt as soon as they are born. Some rattlesnakes live up to 30 years.
    Life Cycle
  • 6. Rattlesnakes can go several weeks without food!
    Rattlesnakes shake their tails when in danger.
    A rattlesnakes rattle can be heard up to 60 feet.
    Fun Facts
  • 7. Fang – a long hollow tooth
    Prey – an animal hunted by another animal for food
    Venom – a poison that animals produce
    Glossary

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