Translation of rattlesnake in Spanish:

rattlesnake

serpiente (de) cascabel, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrædlˌsneɪk//ˈrat(ə)lsneɪk/

noun

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    serpiente (de) cascabel feminine
    cascabel feminine
    crótalo masculine
    • Clark says timber rattlesnakes and other pit vipers may be the most social of all snakes.
    • At a lot of these roundups, the handlers allow children to touch the tails of rattlesnakes.
    • Most rattlesnakes are peaceable, retiring animals that flee for the underbrush when they encounter humans.
    • Today Wyoming's Bighorn Basin, home to pronghorns and prairie dogs, coyotes and rattlesnakes, is nearly a desert.
    • This is the only product that can neutralize toxins from rattlesnakes, cottonmouths, and copperheads.
    • Holding on to hurt is like grabbing a rattlesnake by the tail; you are going to be bitten.
    • A new study of timber rattlesnakes in the eastern United States marks the first time kin recognition has been observed in snakes.
    • Those were some of the most dangerous kinds of reptiles, spitting cobras, rattlesnakes, Komodo dragons.
    • They may be preyed upon by larger animals, such as large owls, coyotes, or large snakes, such as eastern massasauga rattlesnakes.
    • And when they rattle, when they get alarmed, it sounds like a rattlesnake.
    • Gila monsters, rattlesnakes and other reptiles will be drawn to water in gardens, especially during the dry summer months.
    • Eagles, rattlesnakes, deer, pronghorn antelope, foxes, coyotes, and mountain lions roam the area.
    • You can find this same remarkable system in humans, albatrosses, rattlesnakes, bullfrogs, and all other land vertebrates.
    • The boa and the rattlesnake are homebodies that seldom travel more than a couple of miles in a lifetime.
    • They're even immune to the venom of rattlesnakes and other pit vipers.
    • This girl could charm the tail off a rattlesnake.
    • In both shade cases, simulated rattlesnakes cease all nocturnal activity and become completely diurnal.
    • Pit vipers, including the fer-de-lance and Mojave rattlesnake, have only two pits, one below each eye.
    • In Florida, more people are probably bitten by pigmy rattlesnakes than by any other poisonous snake.
    • Charlie felt ill as she heard the distinctive sound of a rattlesnake.