What is Inside a Rattlesnake’s Rattle?

What is inside a snakes rattle, what if you cut it open?

Rattlesnakes are large, venomous snakes that are found throughout North and South America. Just the State of Arizona is home to 13 species of these snakes, more than any other state in the U.S. The most distinctive feature that these species share is the rattle.

A Rattlesnake shakes her tale 50 times in one second, which makes high frequency rattle sound and scares the predators away.

With this unique defense mechanism Rattlesnakes are real nightmare material. Rattlesnakes are some of the most unique and diverse reptiles in America. There are 36 different species of Rattlesnakes around the globe, all equally dangerous predators.

Every time a rattlesnake molts, its rattle becomes a bit longer. Its size could range from 1 to 7 feet and they live for 25 years.

The YouTube channel What’s Inside? posted a video in which a guy decides to cut a rattle snake’s rattle in half to see what it contains inside.

The guy explains that when a rattle snake is born it only has the first small part of the rattle, known as the first button or pre-button. Few days later, the first skin is shed and replaced by the ‘button’. After each skin change, a new button is added on the rattle, and all articulated, allowing the movement and the scary sound of “rattling”.

This also means that this snake develops its signature tail from an early age, basically while it’s still a little baby.

In other words, the interlocking rings in the snake’s rattle knock against each other and produce a buzzing sound when the snake holds its tail vertically and vibrates the end of her tail.

One of the most amusing facts about rattlesnakes is that they have developed incredibly complicated social and parenting skills, which is unusual for reptiles. Parents take care of their young together.

If you have a fear of snakes, we apologize for this content and hope that you find this entertaining and educational. Just remember to watch your step, especially when walking out in heavy brush or rocky areas. If you hear a rattling sound near by, don’t be stubborn, it would be a good idea to back off.

Be sure to learn more about the local medical facilities and how to reach them from the remote place you want to travel, before you take the trip. If a snake does bite you, you must seek help immediately.

Thank you for reading.

The Cure For All The Diseases – It is not a pill it’s a lifestyle

VEGANISM – Feel safe while living…

What is happening with the entire world going vegan? Is it a trend? Why do the people suddenly started to care about the animals? Didn’t they use to do this all their lives? The word “vegan” has become a very common name in recent years as restaurants add it to their menus, grocery stores carry more veg-friendly alternatives and the term “vegan” is googled more and more.

Most of us question ourselves what exactly means the word vegan. We have known about vegetarians, but vegans? Veganism is a lifestyle that includes no animal products. No met, no eggs, no mils, no fur, no leather jackets… But, why should we choose to go vegan? Is it healthy not to eat meat? Should we go vegan to protect the animals?

Different people have different motivations for doing it so and of course there are excellent reasons for doing this. Is it really moral to revoke the life of a living, breathing being for no other reason than that you have a certain fondness for the taste of their muscles, organs, and bodily secretions?

The World Health Organization made it clear last year when it declared that processed meat a “carcinogen” increases your risk of colon or rectum cancer by 18 percent. But it’s not just that processed meat the thing that poses a health risk — science it has been known for a while, eating all kinds of animals, including “white meat,” is bad for us. Like, really, really bad. We have so many reasons to stop eating animal products. The most common ones are that they increase the risk of cancer, diabetes, heart disease, it is harder to maintain a healthy body weight, they contribute to erectile dysfunction, they may make you resistant to antibiotics, they contain hormones in them and all in all they increase your risk of death. Why not choosing to live safely with none of these risks? Why not feel younger, more beautiful and full of life?

The things that give us life and energy are the things that are grown by the sun and the water. We need more and more energy to fight with our increasingly daily activities, so that is the right choice! We have found something to help us fight with the upcoming busy lifestyle! We have found our sores of energy!

Also, nowadays there are studies that have shown us why going vegan is such a nice choice. One study that made its rounds earlier this year predicted that between 6 and 10 percent of the planet’s mortality rates and 29 to 70 percent of greenhouse gas emissions could be cut if the world went primarily vegan. It seems like we are already headed in this direction if we consider some recent trends.

Eating animal product concerns all areas of life, not just the animals. Start to live a safe life now! A banana with oats would such a nice choice instead of eggs and ham. Be healthy! Start living!

HILARIOUS: Watch What Happens When The Weather Channel Tries To Go Live From Georgia Dome Explosion

A little more than 25 years after opening, the Georgia Dome, former home of the Atlanta Falcons was imploded in a scheduled and controlled explosive demolition.

Several news outlets were broadcasting the Georgia Dome’s implosion. The Weather Channel also had a team at the scene pointing their camera at the long waited moment of the detonation.

After several weeks spent hyping the scheduled explosion that will level the abandoned stadium, the network was able to broadcast more than 40 minutes of live footage from just outside the Georgia Dome.

Standing at a safe distance from the explosion with the camera pointed at the stadium, the team was ready to film this historical moment.

Unfortunately, just moments after the first curls of smoke wafted through the Georgia Dome’s ceiling from the explosions inside, the Weather Channel’s coverage was ‘rudely interrupted’.

Watch it bellow in the video, and be sure to turn up the volume for the full experience:

via Duston Ward

After 40 minutes of uninterrupted live-streaming, the Atlanta’s public transportation system destroyed everything for them at the ‘perfect moment’.

No, bus, get out the way! Bus! Jesus, get out of the way, bus! Are you…you… ARRGHHH. What the f-…God damn it. Damn, lady!‘ screamed the cameraman.

The blast occurred just after 7:30 a.m. ET and it lasted for about 12-15 seconds, most of the structure collapsed, though parts of it remained upright.

And if you want to watch the historic 25-year-old Georgia Dome stadium crumble to the ground after being detonated with almost 5,000 pounds of dynamite, here is a video link from another angle.

The massive Georgia Dome had been in operation since 1992 and it provided a scene for many historic sporting events such as the Super Bowl, Olympics and the NCCA Men’s Final Four.

In it’s short life span, the Georgia Dome hosted more than 1,400 events, bringing in about 39 million guests. It’s been the home of the Atlanta Falcons, Georgia State University football, the annual Peach Bowl and the Southeastern Conference Football Championship. The Dome was temporarily the home court for the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks in the late 1990s while nearby Philips Arena was being built.

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