Rattlesnakes can be found nearly anywhere on the planet, save Western Europe and Canada. They vary considerably in color depending on their habitat in order to be camouflaged to the utmost. Rattlesnakes use heat-sensing pits on their faces to 'see' their prey's heat images – typically mice and rats – before lashing out with venomous fangs to subdue them. Venom is also used defensively when the snake feel threatened, but it is the tell-tale rattle of the snake's tail that gives them their name (and fame).

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