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Diamondback Rattlesnake Wallet

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Western Rattlesnake Skin Wallet from Tombstone, Arizona
Western Rattlesnake Skin Wallet from Tombstone, ArizonaDiamondback Rattlesnake Skin Wallet from Tombstone, ArizonaDiamondback Rattlesnake skin wallet from Tombstone, AZWestern Diamondback Rattlesnake Skin Wallet from Tombstone, AZ
Price: $74.98
 
This unique bi-fold wallet is made from the skin of a Diamondback Rattlesnake and genuine leather.  The interior of the wallet is made of leather, has multiple slots for credit cards and a clear pocket for your ID.  Bill compartment is seperated so you can keep your smaller bills from your larger bills.  Exterior of the wallet is made from a Diamondback Rattlesnake skin and no two wallets will be quite the same as the color/pattern can vary on the skin somewhat depending upon the snakes maturity and other various factors.
 
 
 
The Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) and has the distinction of being the largest rattlesnake in the west. It is one of the 13 species of rattlesnakes found in Arizona.  It can grow up to a length of 66 inches, weigh up to 15 pounds and can have a lifespan of 20 years or more.  They are one of the more aggressive species of rattlesnakes found in Arizona and rarely back down from a confrontation; thus it is responsible for more bites and deaths in the U.S. than any other rattlesnake species.  However, normally they will coil and rattle a warning before striking.  They are primarily a noctural species, thus hunt and ambush their prey at night or early in the morning during the warm summer nights.  However it is seasonally diurnal, during the early spring and fall they do move around during the day, and they can go without food for over a year in the wild.  Prey is usually small mammals such as mice, prairie dogs, rabbits, etc., along with birds and lizards.   Between late October and early March they normally hibernate although occassionally they can be found sunning themselves on the rocks.  They live in a wide variety of habitat from desert and mesquite grassland to pine-oak and tropical decidious forests.