Richard Hammond talks to a rattlesnake – Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature – BBC One

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Snakes are unable to hear sound, but they can feel vibrations. From a safe distance, Richard Hammond uses both a walkie talkie and a vibrating mobile phone to show how communicate with this venomous predator.

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  1. They donโ€™t have ears but they DO have two holes called โ€œtympanic membranes,โ€ which are like little eardrums on the sides of their heads! I have a lizard and 2 tortoises and they can hear perfectly!

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