One of the most venomous snake species in the Amazon region can be seen at the Museu da Amazônia (Musa), a botanical garden that occupies around 100 hectares of the Adolpho Ducke forest reserve in Manaus. Musa's serpentarium has eight species of snakes that visitors can see, one of which is the Four-toed Rattlesnake. The purpose of creating the site is to promote research within the reserve and, at the same time, environmental education. Among snakes, the rattlesnake has a rattle at the end of its body. With this, humans can identify the animal in the forest by the noise it makes.
Source: Amazon Agency