Timber rattlesnakes are found in New York and are the largest, venomous snakes in the state. They are usually about 3-4.5 feet long and are members of the pit-viper family. While the largest, venomous snake in New York their habitat actually extends south quite a bit to to all of 5 southern states and parts of a few other states. Due to a bounty system where people used to hunt the snakes, their numbers are now very low in certain areas.
They are an endangered species of Rattlesnakes found in the forests of the Northeastern United States. The Timber Rattlesnake is usually yellow, gray, brown, or black and has a triangular shaped head. They prey on mice, chimpmunks, and other small animals. They are not very agressive and bites are rare.
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