Meet the World's Greatest Rattlesnake Sacker Picture two men in a small enclosure, packing ten live snakes into a sack, fast. Thirty seconds is pretty good, but a minute is bad, says Jackie Bibby, who holds the world record and will attend this weekend's championship in Texas.

Meet the World's Greatest Rattlesnake Sacker

Meet the World's Greatest Rattlesnake Sacker

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A rattlesnake tastes the air. Jack Bibby says rattlesnake is selling for $3.50 a pound, "live weight." David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Picture two men in a small enclosure, packing ten live snakes into a sack, fast. Thirty seconds is pretty good, but a minute is bad, says Jackie Bibby, who holds the world record and will attend this weekend's National Rattlesnake Sacking Championship in Taylor, Texas.