Rattlesnakes

Rattlesnakes Here are observations and speculations legends and yarns even gossip about the habits and dispositions of the rattlesnake Dobie entertains with descriptions of reported size deadliness charming po

  • Title: Rattlesnakes
  • Author: J. Frank Dobie
  • ISBN: 9780785813743
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here are observations and speculations, legends and yarns, even gossip about the habits and dispositions of the rattlesnake Dobie entertains with descriptions of reported size, deadliness, charming power, actual fights to the death between rattlesnakes and other animals, strange experiences between rattlesnakes and human beings, as well as advice on how to act when you seHere are observations and speculations, legends and yarns, even gossip about the habits and dispositions of the rattlesnake Dobie entertains with descriptions of reported size, deadliness, charming power, actual fights to the death between rattlesnakes and other animals, strange experiences between rattlesnakes and human beings, as well as advice on how to act when you see one and the kind of country they inhabit This is a hugely entertaining collection that tells of a fascinating and frightening creature with such wisdom and humor, it just might temper the age old feud between snake and man Cloth edition with color foil stamping.

    Rattlesnake Rattlesnakes are native to the Americas, living in diverse habitats from southwestern Canada to central Argentina The large majority of species lives in the American Rattlesnakes Lucky Mojo RATTLESNAKE RATTLES, RATTLESNAKE SALT, RATTLESNAKE DUST, and SNAKE OIL Before the rise of monotheism, snake worship in one form or another was nearly universal.

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    1. Rattle Snakes are dangerous, but yet not dangerous at the same time. They benefit us humans in so many shapes and forms. They lower our number of insects all over the country. Rattle snakes eat small rodents, and large insects. After eating one or two small rodents within an hour, can really fill them up. They won't eat for another month or two. They don't chew their food, they swallow it whole. You can see their food inside of then. Once swallowing the animal whole, the animals legs curl up and [...]

    2. Read in preparation for much hiking out West this summer. Hoping I don't need the info, but I at least understand the snake a little more now!

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