Video shows how rattlesnakes were cleverly lured from under Arizona mini-fridges

Patio rattlesnakes are a bad thing, but in one home in Scottsdale, Arizona, things got worse when a large western diamond disappeared under a mini-fridge.

It stayed there like a ticking bomb ready to explode at any moment.

The outraged owner finally decided to call a snake extermination service. This is how Rattlesnake Solutions’ girlfriend Marissa Maki got involved.

video Post on social media According to Rattlesnake Solutions, Maki started by boldly pulling the mini-fridge away from the wall.

However, she quickly stopped when she saw a snake’s flicking tongue sticking out from under the refrigerator door.

There was only one option left. Maki got his hose in the garden, apparently rattlesnake kryptonite.

It only took a few seconds for a tiny head to pop out from under the mini-fridge.

“It blows me away. You are a brave woman,” a resident of the house can be heard saying in the video.

The snake quickly slid toward another appliance, but Maki snapped it with her tongs before it hid again.

Rattlesnakes love to hide under appliances in quiet, shady Arizona.

“It’s a pretty scary thing for people to have snakes anywhere in the garden, but[worse]when they’re under things people use every day,” Maki says. We often use water if we know… to get the snake out. is the strength of

The rattlesnake was surprisingly mellow about the ordeal and didn’t even try to bite the tongs used by Maki.

Western diamondbacks are common in Arizona. reach 7 feet and live 20 years, according to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. According to the museum, the average is 3 to 5 feet.

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