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Frozen Rattlesnake #8011086 10/15/20 03:10 PM
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Killed a nice 5' diamondback and froze it in my freezer for a few months. Can I still thaw it and remove the skin and treat it to use for a hatband/wallet/ or frame it etc? Just not sure how it handles after being frozen.


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Re: Frozen Rattlesnake [Re: RcostaK] #8011292 10/15/20 06:20 PM
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I would think it would be fine.

Re: Frozen Rattlesnake [Re: RcostaK] #8011407 10/15/20 07:31 PM
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Freezer burn is the most common issue with snakes, if it didn't burn it'll be fine.
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Re: Frozen Rattlesnake [Re: RcostaK] #8013244 10/17/20 03:07 AM
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I wouldn't have a problem attempting that!

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