Most common snake bite victims in USA?
1. Intoxicated male adolescents aged 17-35
2. Professional herpetologists handling hundreds of rattlesnakes daily for scientific research
3. Professional rattlesnake handlers
4. Hikers who fail to watch where they are reaching or stepping
5. Rogue religious groups
Fossil evidence suggests Rattlesnakes have lived here for 3.5 million years.
Facts about bites: A Rattlesnake can strike in 1/16th of a second. 15% of all bites are dry (no venom injected). The severity of the bite is determined by the size of the rattlesnake. Bigger snake, larger venom glands. Baby rattlesnakes are not more dangerous than an adult, they have tiny venom glands! For more information contact me through Facebook at: Phil’s K9 Rattlesnake Aversion Classes or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Text 760-401-4488