Rattlesnake's head still alive and ready to attack

In Santa Cruz, California, a resident found a Rattlesnake on their garage. He tried to lure it away from their residence but it seems like the reptiles loves their place.

On this video from Nat Geo Wild, a man used a shovel as a shield from a deadly Rattlesnake's attacks.

A moving bodyless Rattlesnake head.
A moving bodyless Rattlesnake head.




The poisonous snake doesn't want to leave the area and to protect his family, the man decided to chop off the head of the reptile.

What happens next is a bit creepy, because even without its body, the Rattlesnake continues to scan the area and after a few moments, it opened its mouth just like an attacking vicious killer serpent.


Rattlesnake

These reptiles are considered as venomous snakes. They have a heat-sensing pits and any bite by a rattlesnake must be considered a life threatening medical emergency.


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Rattlesnake's head still alive and ready to attack Rattlesnake's head still alive and ready to attack Reviewed by TrendSpot on Monday, April 17, 2017 Rating: 5

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