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Q. How can I tell the difference between a rattlesnake and a harmless non-venomous snake? A. Rattlesnakes can usually be identified by two key characteristics that non-venomous snakes lack. First, they have a broad triangular head, narrow neck and thick body. Secondly, they have a rattle on the end of their tail. Sometimes the rattle may be broken or missing, and the small button of a baby rattlesnakes rattle may be hard to see. If you can’t quickly determine from a safe distance whether a snake is a rattlesnake or not, leave it alone. Q. How many different kinds of rattlesnakes can be found in Nevada? A. There are five different species of rattlesnakes in Nevada. One of them, the Great Basin rattlesnake, is only found in the northern two-thirds of the state. The other four, the Western diamondback, Sidewinder, Speckled rattlesnake (two sub-species, the Southwestern Speckled and the Panamint), and the Mojave rattlesnake can be found in various areas of southern Nevada. Q. The ... more
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RATTLESNAKE FAQ’s by Christie Klinger Q. How can I tell the difference between a rattlesnake and a harmless non-venomous snake? A. Rattlesnakes can usually be identified by two key characteristics that non-venomous snakes lack. First, they have a broad triangular head, narrow neck and thick body. Secondly, they have a rattle on the end of their tail. Sometimes the rattle may be broken or missing, and the small button of a baby rattlesnakes rattle may be hard to see. If you can’t quickly determine from a safe distance whether a snake is a rattlesnake or not, leave it alone. Q. How many different kinds of rattlesnakes can be found in Nevada? A. There are five different species of rattlesnakes in Nevada. One of them, the Great Basin rattlesnake, is only found in the northern two-thirds of the state. The other four, the Western diamondback, Sidewinder, Speckled rattlesnake (two sub-species, the Southwestern Speckled and the Panamint), and the Mojave rattlesnake can be found in various ... more
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