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Father And Son Slice Into A Rattlesnake Tail, But What They Find? Unbelievable

When Daniel and his son Lincoln commenced their YouTube account in 2014, it was simply to avail the kiddo out with his science project investigating the insides of sports balls. Now, with over a million subscribers, the father and son duo don’t plan on ceasing their curious revelations any time anon!

Digging inside anything from balls of rubber bands to an (empty) hornet’s nest, it’s clear visually examining along that they relish both the cognition process and the time spent together. There’s no telling what they’ll find in each incipient item! They take a plethora of suggestions from their viewers, which led them to their most recent analysis of a 100 percent authentic rattlesnake’s tail. If you learn nothing else from these two, you definitely learn about some of fascinating things that can be purchased on eBay!

After a visit to the zoo to learn more about the slithery animal, comparing their purchased shaker to that of one still annexed to a snake in the cage, they return to their kitchen table to get cutting. Lincoln gives the tail a few shakes afore they get commenced and the kiddo seems pretty understandably freaked out by the specimen. They admonish in each of their hebdomadal videos that no one should endeavor homogeneous experiments without someone trained to safely do so with them. With that in mind, Daniel takes the reigns with the box cutter and perspicaciously decided to pretend a cutting board to bulwark their table.

Take a look below to optically discern the fascinating answer they find once it’s cracked open.

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