The Texas timber rattler, a species of snake that has been documented as having venomous bites, is on the rise.
The Texas Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) has estimated that there are up to 500 rattlers in Texas, and there is one in every 20 homes in the state.
That’s up from one in 100 homes in 2012, according to TWRA.
A recent Texas Department of State Health Services report found that of the 527 counties with the highest rates of non-venomous rattler-related cases, eight of those counties are located in the Lone Star State.
The report also found that more than 1,000 rattlers have been reported in the U.S. since 2014.
While some have been found in areas of the country, the vast majority of rattlers are native to the southwest.
While there are a few species of snakes that have been known to prey on rattlers, they are generally found in the western United States.
For example, the northern red rattler is native to South America and Mexico, and has been known for its powerful bite.
It has also been found to bite humans, but the venom is more concentrated in the neck and thorax.
The red rattlers bite the skin, leaving behind a pustule that can be as small as a quarter inch in diameter.
These pustules can then spread to other parts of the body, where they can cause swelling, bruising, and a burning sensation.
In fact, the red rattles have a name, Red Rattle, that refers to the red color of the skin.
Rattles also are known to attack humans by jumping out of the water or swimming in the open water.
While the species is not considered a threat to humans, the venom can be very painful and may cause significant complications.
The snakes bite with their venomous saliva, which can contain neurotoxins, a group of chemicals that have similar effects to those of the deadly neurotoxin in coronavirus.
The neurotoxinos are found in a variety of species, including turtles, turtles, and snakes.
The toxin is also found in certain fish, birds, reptiles, and insects, which may be especially important to keep in mind if you are hunting or hunting and fishing.
These include many of the larger predators, such as sea turtles, sea lions, and other large mammals.
If you are a pet owner, you should always keep your pet in a safe, secure place where you can find it safely.
The snake’s venom is also toxic to people, who should be particularly vigilant if you or a family member are having a close encounter with one.
The venom is found in some parts of Texas, but not in the greater Austin area.
A 2015 Texas Parks and Wildlife report found about 20 percent of all rattlers caught in the Austin area were found in northern Texas.
A study conducted in Texas in 2014 showed that the snakes were also found to be a threat in the Rio Grande Valley and beyond.
The researchers found that the populations of red rattling snakes in the Brazos Valley, along with the Red Rattler’s range in northern Arizona, are on the increase.
While not a threat for humans, rattles also have been a nuisance for pets and other wildlife in the area.
In 2014, a rattler killed a woman and seriously injured her son.
The woman was in her car when the rattler jumped out of a window and began chasing her dog, who was in the passenger seat.
The dog was able to run away from the rattlers jaws.
In 2015, another woman was bitten by a rattling snake while walking her dog near her home in the El Paso area.
She suffered a severe head injury and was hospitalized in critical condition.
It took several months for her to recover.
Rattlers are also known to be attracted to people who live near or near the edge of a lake, a pond, or other body of water.
When a rattles can be seen swimming in a lake or pond, it can be a warning sign that the snake is close by.
If the water is shallow or murky, the snake may be attracted by the water’s reflection or may swim by it.
This may be because it thinks it is swimming in an unfamiliar body of shallow water, or it may be a sign that there is something out there for it to swim through.
However, it is still important to follow the signs of a rattlers presence.
The last time a rattley was seen in Texas was in 2016, and it was in an area that had a large population of red-tailed hawks.
The state’s red-tail hawk population was recently reduced by the Endangered Species Act.
Rattling snakes can be found in urban areas, such the Houston area, and in remote areas.
Rattler attacks on humans are common.
In the last few years, there have been at least three fatalities related to rattler attacks.
In 2013, a man in Florida