Largest Timber Rattlesnake 

The Timber Rattlesnake, a venomous snake species native to North America

It is recognizable by the sound of its rattling tail, which acts as a cautionary signal to potential threats.

Although snakebites are relatively uncommon, a Timber Rattlesnake bite can be life-threatening.

If left untreated, it can become a severe medical emergency resulting in localized and systemic symptoms.

In the realm of timber rattlesnakes, size matters.

Typically ranging between three to five feet

these pit vipers are already hefty in stature

However, tales of giants have circulated, with reports of individuals reaching up to seven feet.

The largest timber rattlesnake ever recorded stands at an astonishing 6.2 feet

showcasing the extraordinary dimensions these creatures can attain

Adult timber rattlesnakes, on average, measure between 2.5 to 5 feet, with weights ranging from 1.1 to 3.3 pounds.

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