Information about the Northern Pacific or Western Rattlesnake:
The Northern Pacific Rattlesnake - also called the Western Rattlesnake - is a heavy bodied species of pitviper found in the Western United Snakes, mostly in Oregon and California. Like all rattlesnakes when alarmed, a Northern Pacific Rattlesnake shakes its tail back and forth rattling it's tail. This reptile eats birds, lizards, snakes, frogs, insects, and small mammals. It is mostly nocturnal, although when the temperature allows they will be active during the day. While the snake is venomous, bites to humans are uncommon and fatalities are rare.
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