I would love to work with this trait and see where it goes. the snake resides at a friends house in SC near where it was caught. I can't have venomous in the county I live in in North Carolina, so what venomous I have, are in the other state (about 45 mins away. I miss living in SC.
I will look out for more. it may be nothing at all, but its still exciting to see. I certainly wouldn't keep a lot of them. I'm all for seeing them in the wild. I actually used to breed timber rattlesnakes and would release the babies in areas where I had heard that someone had killed one. haha
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I actually used to breed timber rattlesnakes and would release the babies in areas where I had heard that someone had killed one. haha
I did some work with the guys in college. We had 10 animals (originally) that were radio tagged. We would go out and collect data on their location twice a week while they were outside of their dens in the warmer months and use that to establish things such as the size of a snakes home range and movement patterns from the den. I would love to have one of these someday, as they are, in my opinion, on of the most beautiful snakes that I've ever seen. The picure is of one of our big males.