In the 18-minute clip posted to the Big Country Snake Removal Facebook page, you not only see the tiny army of reptiles -- which were reportedly western diamondbacks -- hiding out in the dark, but can hear quite a few of them loudly rattling. They weren't all little guys, either, considering Hawkins told USA Today that the largest of the bunch measured well over five feet. Still, the mass-removal was hardly the biggest job Hawkins has ever had, as he once removed a truly staggering 90 snakes from another client's home, according to the Washington Post.
Eventually, Hawkins managed to trap them all using a variety of poles and tools and later "relocated" them away from the property. In the caption of his Facebook video, Hawkins made clear that no matter how well-tended a property may be, snakes in search of shelter will show up anywhere.
"The interesting thing here was they only see a few each year, their yard was very well kept and their house was nice and clean [...] My point is, we run into this scenario often, and people don’t think it can happen to them. As I stated in the teaser video, rattlesnakes don’t care how nice your house is or what kind car you drive- they care simply about survival."
And sure, venomous snakes hiding out under your house isn't ideal, but at least it's not as creepy as finding thousands of human teeth inside your wall.