We have a source for
Texas western diamondback rattlesnake rattles on a seasonal
basis. These are #1 quality rattles from south Texas.
For size, we count each fully formed button. The size in
inches is for reference and is approximate. The jumbo and
are rare and in limited supply. The rattles normally have broken tips on the end. The rattles are de-cored and treated with antiseptics.
Many of our musician customers place these rattles inside their instruments to “sing along” with their music and to keep spiders (and other pests) out of the cavity.
"The rattle is a series of dry segments formed of a material that resembles human fingernails. When the rattle shakes its tail, the result is a distinctive buzz that affects the human nervous system strangely, causing a sense of alarm even in people who have no idea what they're hearing. Scientists think this noisemaker evolved as a way for the snake to warn off bison and other large animals that might trample it." From The Book of Deadly Animals by Gordon Grice.
"Western diamondback rattlesnakes grow to more than seven feet long and 30 pounds, and they kill more human beings than any other snake in North America." From The Book of Deadly Animals by Gordon Grice.
||Less than 1.75"
||1.75" to 2"
||2" to 2.25"
||2.25" to 2.75"
||2.75" or more
||2.75" or more
Not for sale in the following states:
California or Oregon.
Genus and species: Crotalus atrox. Wild.
Texas Western diamondback rattlesnakes are not
A U.S. Fish & Wildlife permit is required for
shipments outside of the United States.