What Does a Baby Rattlesnake Look like?

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Baby rattlesnakes look just like the adults. They have a triangular shaped head and can range in colors from brown to gray. Unlike the adults, they don't have a full set of rattles at the end of their tail. Instead, they have one little rattle, or a 'button'.
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1. Look for certain characteristics. Baby rattlesnakes have triangular-shaped heads that are broader than their necks, and folding fangs and elliptical pupils instead of round ones.
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A baby rattlesnake looks like a miniature version of an adult rattlesnake.
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Baby snakes are known as snakelets or neonates (a newly-born snake) or hatchlings (a newly-hatched snake)
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A baby timber has a prebutton on its tail that is lost with the first shed. This will make it's rattle. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 08:08AM EST.
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