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Sssomething ssslithery ssslides towardsss you, you ssstart to feel ssscared, you ssstart to sssweat. We could go on like this all day but that would be annoying.
Instead, why not take a look at this amazingly life-like Radio-Controlled Rattlesnake? It moves like the real thing, has scaley skin like the real thing, a flickering tongue like the real thing and it even has a terrifying rattle like the real thing and if it bites you you'll die in writhing agony in sixty seconds. Oh no, hang on, ignore the last bit with all the biting nonsense. It won't actually discharge deadly poison into your ankle like the real thing, but that's an inaccuracy we're willing to cope with.
Because it's radio-controlled, you can look all innocent while unassuming colleagues get terrorised by this realistic faux-predator. Its design is based on the largest and most dangerous real-life rattlesnake, the Eastern Diamondback, so the likeness is pretty remarkable, and the body is made up of segments, making the movement convincingly slithery.
Due to this realism, the RC Rattlesnake can also serve an educational purpose, but chances are you won't get past frightening the life out of an elderly relative by hiding it in the breadbin.
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This snake remote control is a great present idea for kids who love snakes, dinosaurs, etc. It is pretty realistis in the way that it moves, and they will have a lot of fun with it. Only downside is the batteries are a bit unusual and the battery type for the remote control itself is quite hard to find, so make sure to have those batteries when the kids open the present, as you won't find them down your local on Christmas morning! Would have paid a bit more for batteries to be included.
This snake is larger than I had imagined and does indeed provide lots of fun. It moves very well - but not on carpet- gliding along fluidly, flicking out it's tongue. The big problem for us was that it's SO NOISY!! I thought the fun of it would be to surprise some hapless victim but in fact the noise is louder than my food processor! If there is a realistic rattle, it is wasted as you can't hear it for the motor! So not only is it annoying after a while, but there is no "sneak up" value to this toy - perhaps that's for the best! Having said that, it was certainly a fun present and if you are expecting it to be noisy, you will really please some small - or large - boy with it. Also - batteries not included.