The Most Dangerous Venomous Snakes: Central and South America
Mexican West Coast Rattlesnake
- Scientific name: Crotalus basiliscus
- Family: Vipers
- Subfamily: Pit vipers
- Genus: Rattlesnakes
- Length: Up to 6.71 feet (2.04 meters)
- Venom: ?
The Mexican West Coast rattlesnake is one of the largest rattlesnakes in the world. Their venom is a mystery, as it still hasn’t been possible to carry out enough research. But one thing’s for sure, they release a whole lot of venom with their long fangs.