While this is a controversial subject, there are studies that prove a rattlesnake is not immune to its own venom. Due to a large number of reports claiming that rattlesnakes have died from their own venom, in August 1932 an experiment was tried. 2 rattlesnakes were forcibly bitten by each other in a controlled environment. The smaller of the snakes, 28 inches long, died in a matter of 2 hours. The larger rattlesnake, 33 inches long, was so sickly after 6 hours that they put it to death.
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