Saturday, March 30, 2013

Mojave Rattle Snake

Pictures gallery of Mojave rattle Snake

Natural History Museum RC Mojave Green Rattlesnake

 Natural History Museum RC Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Here's a radio-controlled snake that looks and moves like the real thing. The western diamond-back rattlesnake, one of Americas deadliest pit vipers, is the model for

Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus Northern Mohave Rattlesnake

Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus Northern Mohave Rattlesnake
Rattlesnake bites can be extremely dangerous, but unlike the popular depiction of rattlesnakes in the media and folklore, they should not be considered vicious and

The Mojave Green Rattlesnake a Neurotoxic Venom

The Mojave Green Rattlesnake a Neurotoxic Venom
All rattlesnakes have venom and should be avoided. However the venom of the Mojave Green rattlesnake is especially toxic as it is a neurotoxin.

Mojave

Mojave
Mojave or Mohave most often refer to: Mojave Desert Mojave River Mohave people Mojave or Mohave may also refer to: Mohave people Mohave language Geography Population

Snake Stories The Mojave Green Rattlesnake Ghost32 on HubPages

Snake Stories The Mojave Green Rattlesnake Ghost32 on HubPages
What on Earth is a Mojave green rattlesnake? Until this morning (September 2, 2009), I'd never even heard the term. The diamondback rattler and I have been on

The Mojave Desert Green Rattlesnake

The Mojave Desert Green Rattlesnake
As the name implies, this snake lives in the Mojave Desert of California, mainly in the high desert and lower mountain slopes. It has a very potent venom which works

Mojave Rattlesnake Crotalus scutulatus Reptile

Mojave Rattlesnake Crotalus scutulatus Reptile
Mojave Rattlesnake : The Mojave Rattlesnake varies from brown to pale green depending on the surroundings. It has a dark diamond pattern along its back similar to the

Mojave Rattlesnake Crotalus scutulatus Pima Community College

Mojave Rattlesnake Crotalus scutulatus Pima Community College
DESCRIPTION: L=up to 4' (1.2m). With its "coon tail" and similar color patterns, the Mojave Rattlesnake is easily confused with the Western

Rattlesnake Mojave in the Wild

Rattlesnake Mojave in the Wild
Gorgeous young Mojave rattlesnake in the wild -- tongue flickering, close-ups, and action shots!

Mojave Green Rattlesnake

Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Just playing around with a rattlesnake. Took some pictures and let him go. The video is shaky because I have a video camera in one hand and a digital