Май 22, 2017
This just proves that Rattlesnakes are not out to harm us. They only bite as a last resort. Their venom is for hunting, it is valuable to them and they only use it when needed.
After a long day of searching for snakes in the hottest part of the day. I decided to take a break. 15 or so minutes later I heard a rustle in the brush next to me. I take a better look to see an Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake crawling towards me, so i just sat there as still as possible. I thought he was going to keep on cruising by, but instead he decided to check me out. I tried to get him to keep moving but he rushed up onto my lap. This was a very close call. I was definitely out of my comfort zone but by Gods grace I wasn't harmed.
This was a wild encounter with a highly dangerous venomous snake. Do not attempt.
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Here Is Part Two of my hunt in the Florida Everglades for South Florida's Number one invasive predator, the Burmese Python! I set out in both vehicle and on foot to search for a giant python that originates in South and South East Asia, but was introduced into the wild right here in the United States. Nothing had me more excited to know that I could document such an amazing animal without the need of traveling over seas!
During this hunt I find several pythons, but only a few of them made the cut for both Part One and Part two of this all new Episode!
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This Webisode is based in the Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. I journey out in the mountains to seek out one of Californias most feared venomous predators, the Southern Pacific Rattlesnake. I hike up the hillsides through rocks and bush, while I battle the heat from the sun. Follow me on my hunt for the Venomous and Deadly Southern Pacific Rattlesnake.
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Here is a fun episode we filmed in the middle of California's drought. The lack of rain made it very hard to find any snakes. We took a risk in desperation to search an area that was proven Mountain Lion feeding grounds. Knowing that there was a water supply near and the lack of human foot traffic we set out on our final day of snake hunting on foot in some risky territory. We didn't expect to see what we saw. But after 3 days of snake hunting we finally found what we were looking for!
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Ruddy, our Western Diamond Back Rattlesnake comes to us like a cat or dog. Snakes do not have external ears and some research indicates snakes may pick up 200-300 Hz frequencies thru a vibrating bone on their skull but humans will vocalize their admiration whether heard or not ie. we are still going to call Ruddy his name and admire him as we can't help it. (see below articles regarding snakes inner ear sound detection mechanisms) Admiration and Respect for Wildlife. Enjoy.
Do not attempt to do anything you see in this video.
All the reptiles that live at the Zoo have names. Each one is treated special and because of that, there are special bonds formed. Our rattlesnakes are no exception.
The TRZ uses tools to handle all our venomous species. The closer your hand is to a venomous snake, the close you are to getting bit. Some keepers around the World have special bonds with animals like lions and tigers and other animals capable of damage to humans and and those relationships are specific to those specific animals.
Do not expect anything like what you see in this video in the wild or another snake.
Do not try this at home and keep your distance from snakes.
Side note: To elaborate on the behavior with captive snakes and some of the "coming for food comments" is that you want a different response from the snake when not feeding versus feeding. Also, these rattlesnakes can be shy in front of other humans in their presence showing behavior similar to a scared house cat.
Do not try this or attempt to engage any snake. Walk away from snakes and stay safe.
A lot of comments that snakes are deaf, we are going to defer to to these articles to explain a few things about how, Snakes "hear".
"Calling" a wild snake in this video, https://youtu.be/7R1wsGmgV3s
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Rattlesnake strikes GoPro and knocks it into pit of snakes.
Check out the DJI Mavic Drone, probably safer than what we did if you want a close up of snakes: http://click.dji.com/AE9Ncjczo0cUTBzv9Kk?pm=link&as=0001
A Bartow couple on a birdwatching trip came across something that really ruffled their feathers: A 6-foot, 100-pound diamondback rattlesnake.
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On this week’s episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote encounters the world’s most venomous rattlesnake, the Mojave. While often confused with the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, this slithering assassin’s venom is almost 10 times as toxic!
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