Live Rescue: DANGEROUS Diamondback Rattlesnake (S3) | A&E

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An Eastern Diamondback snake is removed from a backyard in this clip from “10.30.20”. #LiveRescue
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49 thoughts on “Live Rescue: DANGEROUS Diamondback Rattlesnake (S3) | A&E

  1. Thanks for not killing it. But please consider using a snake hook or tongs but not grabbing it by the neck with the snake tongs. He might not be squeezing the snake to hurt it but when the snake is thrashing around like that while holding it with you're tongs it could definitely cause it some spinal injuries for sure. No real experienced snake handler does it that way. I don't. Thank you for releasing it…

  2. Steve Irwin made handling snakes so much more fun. I get it, though, I'd use the tongs as well. Good guy, he enjoys the beauty of the snake.

  3. I love how be talks to the snake even tho the snake can't hear him. And you can tell he isn't very comfortable handling this snake

  4. Scientific name: Crotalus adamanteus
    The eastern diamondback rattlesnake is a species of venomous pit viper in the family Viperidae. The species is endemic to the southeastern United States. It is one of the heaviest venomous snakes in the Americas and the largest rattlesnake. No subspecies are recognized.

  5. Gentle Giant Tongs from Midwest Tongs. They are wider and safer. Beautiful Snake. I would have kept it in the yard and shot the dog. Kids were petrified? Shoot them too. No Business living in Florida if you are scared of Snakes. You should have gone to the house and murdered the entire family. Put them out of their misery and leave the snake alone. That's a good looking snake. I bet the family didn't look half as good.

  6. The A-Team reference with The Colonels famous saying of "I love when a plan comes together!" Was an epic throw back!! Lolol

  7. I remember watching another show that ray was on and he was bit by a rattle snake right on camera so I don't get why he's lying about never being bit

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