Added by on 2020-02-16

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Living Zoology team was filming rattlesnakes in Southwestern USA and found 72 individuals of 9 species! This video contains chosen scenes from the documentary The Desert of Rattlesnakes. It will be posted online as soon as possible in full length. Get more information: https://livingzoology.com/project/the-desert-of-rattlesnakes/ Want to support by buying merch? Visit https://teespring.com/search?q=living%20zoology Video Rating: / 5

17 Comments

  • gotnokittys 1 month ago

    Some of these live in my high elevation area of Az. Thank you for helping me to identify the unusual ones properly.

  • Henry Evans 1 month ago

    The side winder looks like the devil with those pointed ears

  • Blevi Komla 1 month ago

    Wow beautiful creatures

  • Mike Nolan 1 month ago

    Who actually narrated this film – sounds slightly like Bob Geldorf. Anyone? Also the snakes are stunning and important to their environment. WHY are they still being persecuted. Surely locals should be more clued up in this day and age. Surely they should be more educated as to the wildlife around them. Sally Nolan.

  • Kyle McGrew 1 month ago

    Excellent job in the filming of this video, to capture footage of such beautiful and deadly snakes is amazing. With good talent comes good work and that is what this was a work of art, loved it!

  • W Smith 1 month ago

    Nice video .. but it's in Arizona , try using American measurements, 50 degrees Celsius just doesnt cut it like 122° F , nor does 2 meters or 50 cm…. means nothing to me & most others in the USA.

  • Mazar Iqbal 1 month ago

    Where is the bird noise coming from?????.

  • CHRISTOPHER'S TANKS 1 month ago

    Just subscribed..awesome video quality, knowledge..every herper needs to watch this channel.

  • Eugenio Darie 1 month ago

    Crasivie tvari

  • bob hike 1 month ago

    This is a great video, lot of work went into this! Great job!

  • Richard Zavala 1 month ago

    Its too bad the coolest looking snakes can kill you. Great video. Keep up the great work.

  • Peppertree133 T 1 month ago

    Classic WDB strike position! Except that technically any position is strike position.

  • GreenThumbMMAFighter 1 month ago

    Amazing footage and solid commentary! This was a great clip props to living zoology for putting out some educational videos!

  • Randall Todd 1 month ago

    Arizona has more different species of Rattlesnakes living within its borders than any other State in the Union. Texas has the largest population of Rattlesnakes due to that state’s much larger geographical size, but not as many different species as Arizona has.

    Included in my personal collection I had several species of Crotalus that you’ve featured here. During my 20 years living in and around Tucson (Northwest Tucson, the outskirts of Marana, and way out in the desert west of Sahuarita and Green Valley, my pit viper collection featured the Sonoran Sidewinder, Black-tailed, Tiger, Mojave, and of course the most common of them all, the Western Diamondback.

    This is a very good documentary that you’ve put together here. I really enjoyed it! Good info, good camera work, and good narration! But it’s an incomplete documentary without featuring Arizona’s “Twin Spot Rattlesnake”, the “Hopi Rattlesnake” (one of the subspecies of the “Western Rattlesnake”), and my personal favorite: the beautiful “Arizona Black Rattlesnake”. I had specimens of the latter two featured in my collection along with the five species I listed earlier, and as I watched your video I was looking forward to seeing them but was disappointed when it ended without even mentioning them.

  • crackerxxx 1 month ago

    we need to take all the snakes caught in tecas and put them out there to bite messicans

  • gshroom 1 month ago

    Wow Awesome!! Excellent work!

  • Phip Nosiw 1 month ago

    Absolutely beautifully done. The shots are set very well, lighting is excellent esp. for the conditions, videography is first class, particularly the drone footage and the narration is clear without being intrusive nor excessive. I have to compliment the film makers on keeping the stress level in the snakes low as well. With few exceptions the snakes were calm and going about their business, not defensive nor provoked in any greater capacity than they had to be, and that's the mark of a true naturalist. I'll look for more of your work. Subbed.

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