6.5″ x 4.25″ oval decal made of UV resistant vinyl.
Ask most Arizonans what the state reptile is and you will hear, the Western diamondback rattlesnake or the Gila monster. Those are both great guesses but they are not correct. The correct answer is the unassuming Arizona ridge-nosed rattlesnake (Crotalus willardi). It was discovered in 1905 by businessman, Frank Willard, from Tombstone, Arizona. This particular snake is considerably small, measuring from one to two feet in length. Due to it’s small size, it’s venom discharge is low and is not as life threatening as that of other rattlesnakes. No documented deaths have been associated with this particular snake and encounters with humans are rare. It is found primarily in the isolated mountain ranges of the “Sky Islands” region, in southeastern Arizona and northern Mexico. Don’t let this snake rattle you too much. The one on this decal won’t strike or bite you, so purchase yours, today.