Rattlesnake Danger Rises In Arizona During The Heat

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It's that time of the year when snakes are out looking for a cool place to beat the heat and that place could be your house! Are you prepared?

There’s a reason why we see so many snakes during Arizona’s monsoon, one being the birthing season and the other is humidity. Hughes from Rattlesnake Solutions says snakes can’t handle Arizona’s extreme heat and it could be fatal if they reach extreme temperatures of 105 or above.

If you see a rattlesnake while out hiking make sure to leave it alone, but if you’re at home and you spot one make sure to get professional help.


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