Largest venomous snake in North America, identified by diamond patterns and a rattling tail.
It is a subspecies of Eastern Diamondback that prefers wooded habitats and canebrakes.
It is usually found in the southwestern U.S and is well known for potent venom, a light stripe, and diamond patterns.
Common in the southwestern U.S. and Mexico, it is recognizable by diamond patterns and a rattling tail.
It is a muted color Rattlesnake that makes home in pinewoods, hardwoods, and even near marshes and river bottoms.
It is characterized by bands of color and a distinctive rattle.
Native to the southwestern U.S., it is recognized by paired spots along its back. Human encounters with their venom are rare, with no known fatalities on the record.