This is a real Western Diamondback RattleSnake skin and rattle. Its been professionally tanned and preserved in a large cork jar. Can be used for display or another project.
Cork Jar is recycled glass and has vintage style witchcraft label that reads the scientific name of the Diamondback RattleSnake "Venomous Pit Vipor". The number represent the amount of buttons on the rattle. 7 segments and one button. The rattle does actually make a rattle sound.
A clan of some 100 species of poisonous snakes generally called "Pit Vipers" and the Western Diamondback is known as "The King of the Southwestern Rattlers". They come equipped with a spade-shaped head, a fiendish fang and venom system, elliptical pupils and heat-sensing facial pits. It has reserve fangs to replace any which break off in a victim. The venom causes extensive tissue damage, bleeding and swelling in humans.
- Snake specimen is in MINT condition and measures approx 6"L
- Jar measures approx 7"H