Scientific Name: Crotalus lepidus klauberi

Found In: Southwestern United States and northern Mexico/Rock crevices and outcrops

Size: Adults typically grow up to 24 inches in length.

Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of lizards and rodents.

Threat Level: Not yet evaluated

Facts: The banded rock rattlesnake spends most of its time hiding in rock crevices, relying on its camouflage more than its rattle to protect itself from potential predators.