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  2. Verdi by Janell Cannon, 1997-04-01
  3. Garter Snakes (T-Rex Education Series) by Jon Coote, 1996
  4. Boa Constrictor (EDUCATION SERIES)

81. Green Tree Python
. These pythons are vivid green in color, with a broken vertebral stripe of white or dull yellow. Spots of the same color may be scattered......Chondropython viridis. REPTILE. Order Squamata.
Chondropython viridis
Order Squamata
These pythons are vivid green in color, with a broken vertebral stripe of white or dull yellow. Spots of the same color may be scattered over the body. These snakes have been known to reach a length of 7 feet, but the average adult is up to 4 feet long. Range
New Guinea and extreme northeastern Australia (Cape York) Status
Endangered due to deforestation. Habitat
Rain forest trees, bushes and shrubs. Niche
Completely arboreal. Rodents, birds and probably bats are eaten, sometimes with the snake dangling from its roost, secured by its strong, prehensile tail. Life History
These snakes spend almost their entire lives in the trees. The tree python is oviparous (egg laying), typically incubating and protecting the eggs. Hatchlings are typically lemon yellow with broken stripes and spots of purple and brown. However, red or blue young can often appear in the same clutch as the yellow. The vivid juvenile colors soon change to the adult green. Special Adaptations
These snakes employ disruptive coloration, which is an excellent camouflage and effects near invisibility.

82. Something For Everyone Reptiles
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83. Python Pete Reptiles, Peter Kuhn's Breeding Facility
python Pete Reptiles is owned and operated by Peter Kuhn and specializes in breeding rare Australian pythons and dwarf monitor lizards. NOT for SALE. Blackheaded python. Aspidites melanocephalus. Diamond python. Morelia spilota spilota
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84. Animals Of The Rainforest Reptile Refuge Society - Snakes - Burmese Python
Information, images and links on Reptiles, Amphibians, snakes, Spiders, Lizards, and Turtles. Learn about Iguanas, Caiman, Pythons, tarantulas, herpetology and
Animals of the RRRS - SNAKES Burmese Python Reticulated Python Rough Green Snake Yellow Anaconda BURMESE PYTHON (Python molurus bivittatus) P ictured here are the true colour phase of a Burmese Python and an Albino Burmese Python. An albino is missing the colour pigment that give them their natural colour phase. In the wild albinos are rare, as they are easily noticed by predators. In captivity, people breed them for their own pleasure. In the wild, Burmese Pythons are fund in North-western India east through southern China and south through the Malay Peninsula and East Indies. They are absent from the Philippines. Burmese Pythons can reach a length of 27 feet (8.1 meters), but average about 18 to 20 feet (5.4 - 6 meters). The habitat in which they are found are, woodlands, swamps, marshes, grasslands, river valleys, rocky foothills and open jungle. The main diet of Burmese Pythons are mammals, birds and reptiles. With the development of agriculture sites, larger specimens are occasionally attracted by domestic fowl and pigs. The albino Burmese was brought to the Refuge on November 30, 1993 at the age of approx. 6 months old and approx. 2 feet long (61 cm). On August 24, 1996 she was measured at 14 feet and 75 pounds.

85. Ball Pythons As Pets - About Ball Pythons And Choosing A Ball Python
Growing to a maximum size of 35 feet, ball pythons are not as large as many of the other constricting snakes that are kept as pets, and are quite docile and
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86. Piebald Ball Pythons
This is a future project here at JBC. Can you imagine what an amazing snake that will be .. Ball python Menu. · 2003 Jaguar Breeding Center.
Jaguar Breeding Center Piebald Ball Pythons (Python regius) JBC is proud to present its Piebald Ball Python project.
We own Europe`s largest collection of true Pieds and Pied-hets, consisting
of numerous bloodlines. Our Piebald collection is located in Sweden at JBC`s Swedish branch. This in fact makes it easier to export and import hatchlings within other EU-countries. Otherwise CITES export papers will have to be issued. In 2001 JBC produced one true female Piebald together with 31 Pied-hets
from 4 different bloodlines, making this the first successful Pied and
Pied-het breeding in Europe. Male Pied # 1
"EXTREME HIGH WHITE" Everyone should be able to see a Piebald up close. This is the female Pied born at JBC in 2001.
Isn`t she a beauty?
We could hardly believe it when she emerged from her egg. The same female. A "family" photo of a few of our Pieds and hets. No matter how many photos you take of them they simply cannot do these animals justice.
You have to see them up close to understand how spectacular they really look.
Even then they seem unreal !!!

87. Royal Python: Natural History Notebooks Online From The Canadian Museum Of Natur
Africa and in West Africa from Senegal to Togo, the royal python inhabits dry of Africa such as areas in Nigeria, Ghana and Benin, this snake is worshipped and
Royal Python Python regius
Although it occurs in Africa, this python is often seen in the pet trade in other countries. It is known in North America as the ball python because it will roll into a ball with its head tucked in the middle as a defence mechanism when it feels threatened; in Europe, it is better known as the royal python.
It is one of the smaller pythons, with adults ranging from 0.9 to 1.8 m (3 to 6 ft.) in length. Females are usually larger than males.
In the wild, pythons breed during the rainy season. The female will lay only 4 to 10 eggs, which have leathery shells. She will remain coiled around the eggs until they hatch, 70 to 85 days later.
These pythons actively hunt rats and gerbils, following them into their burrows. They will kill their prey by wrapping around them and constricting or by pressing them against the burrow walls.
Found in southern Sudan, in parts of Central Africa and in West Africa from Senegal to Togo, the royal python inhabits dry grassland (whether natural or created by clearing), savannah and forest edges; it rarely occurs in forests. It is usually seen on the ground even though it can climb. Its main economic importance is its role in controlling rodent pests.
In some parts of Africa such as areas in Nigeria, Ghana and Benin, this snake is worshipped and considered sacred, and its population is increasing. In other parts of Africa its survival is at risk because it is highly exploited for the pet trade as well as for food and as a source of leather.

88. ENDANGERED In The Wild : Asia
Captive breeding programs are being promoted to supply snakes for the pet and zoo trade, reducing poaching pressure. Zoos no longer accept wildcaught pythons.
INDIAN PYTHON India Unknown Throughout history, humans have regarded snakes with both fascination and horror. In many cultures, snakes have been symbols of evil, from the Biblical serpent in the Garden of Eden to the snake demons of Indian mythology. To the ancient Egyptians the emblem of judgment and death was a snake. Snakes are found in most habitats worldwide except in extreme northern and southern regions. Snakes come in multitudes of sizes and colors with as many varied lifestyles, from deadly King cobras whose bite can kill a human in 15 minutes, to the world's tiniest West Indies thread snakes, about the size of a pencil lead. Snakes are reptiles, the group of animals that also includes crocodiles, lizards, and turtles. The now-legless snakes evolved millions of years ago from prehistoric lizards that lived at the same time as the dinosaurs. Pythons are the most ancient type of snake; they have remnant spurs, tiny projections where their ancestors might once have had legs.
Species Description and Natural History
The Indian python is a highly arboreal snake, once fairly common throughout the jungles of India, Sri Lanka, and the East Indies. It can grow to a length of about 20 feet (6 m).

89. Livestock Reptiles Snakes Boas Pythons Corn Snakes
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90. Boas And Pythons
Although the family contains some of the largest snakes, not all pythons and boas are huge heavy snakes that infest trees in the rainforest.
Superfamily Booids
Giant snakes: The family is famous for its giant constrictors. Although the family contains some of the largest snakes , not all pythons and boas are huge heavy snakes that infest trees in the rainforest. Many are small ground dwellers and found in other habitats such as deserts. All are non-venomous, killing large prey by constriction, their jaws can expand hugely.
They have large belly scales, vestigial pelvis and hind limbs (as spurs only on males). Most have two full-sized lungs.
They comprise two subfamilies: the boas and pythons. The boas and pythons belong to the family Boidae which is part of the superfamily Booids. They, especially boas, were the dominant snake species about 65 to 25 million years ago (Tertiary Era) and were huge; 10-15m! Most have since disappeared. Their features include a clear differentiation between head and body, large belly scales, flexible upper jaw, and "primitive" features: vestigial pelvic girdle and hind legs, and/or a small but functioning left lung (in other snakes this is absent or reduced to a functionless nub).

91. Pythons Of Townsville
Click on snake s name to view image (approx. size 1530K). Black-headed python, Aspidites melanocephalus; Water python,Liasis fuscus; Spotted python, Liasis
Reptiles of the Townsville Region
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92. SuperSnakes - Rare Ball Pythons
Also known as Royal Pythons , these snakes are beautiful and easy to care for. In many ways, captivebred Ball Pythons are perfect pet snakes.
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93. The Keeping Of Large Pythons
Many men (and woefully illeducated pet store owners and employees) recommend Burmese as good starter snakes instead of Ball pythons (P. regius) because of
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The Keeping of Large Pythons
Realities and Responsibilities News from the North Bay , January 1994. Large pythons were the subject of many a news story last year due to the fact that there were at least two deaths directly attributable to them. Tragically, the deaths would not have happened had the owners of these snakes kept them safely, and responsibly, contained. The following article, by David Chiszar, Hobart M. Smith, Albert Petkus and Joseph Dougherty, was recently published in the Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Societ y , and represents the first clear, and accurate, account of the death that occurred July 1993: A Fatal Attack on a Teenage Boy by a Captive Burmese Python ( Python molurus bivittatus ) in Colorado
"The recent Colorado case of a human death caused by a Burmese python ( Python molurus bivittatus ; 20 July 1993) resulted in considerable sensational media coverage as well as widely varying estimates of the snake's length and weight. In the interest of scientific accuracy, we sought and received the cooperation of the Commerce City Police Department in acquiring detailed information regarding both the victim and the snake so that correct data could be placed on record.

94. Links - Rating Aussie Pythons & Snakes
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95. - Article: Boa And Python Nutrition
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96. Queensland Museum - Snakes - Snakes Of South-east Queensland - Pythons
Pythons can be distinguished from all other Australian land snakes by their numerous rows of midbody scales (35 or more vs 24 or less, in other species).
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Pythons (Family Pythonidae): South-east Queensland
Pythons are non-venomous, with large, backward-curving solid teeth. Pythons kill their prey by constriction, suffocating them with ever-tightening coils. Most find prey through heat-sensory pits along the lower lips. These can detect temperature changes of less than one-thirtieth of a degree. Pythons can be distinguished from all other Australian land snakes by their numerous rows of mid-body scales (35 or more vs 24 or less, in other species). Pythons occur in temperate to tropical areas of Australia. They are also found through Asia to Africa. Australia supports 14 species. Only two occur in Brisbane. Image Common Name Scientific Name Bite Spotted Python Antaresia maculosa harmless Carpet Python Morelia spilota non-venomous
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97. Blood Pythons Information Sheet
Sumatran Blood Pythons are large snakes – growing to an average of six feet long and topping off at around nine feet. Although
Common name(s): Blood Pythons, Red blood python, Malaysian blood python
Latin name: Python brongersmai
Native to: Peninsular (Western) Malaysia, Sumatra east of the central dividing range of mountains, Bangka Island and other islands in the Strait of Malacca, including the Lingga islands, Riau islands, and Pinang. Most blood pythons in US collection are from central Sumatra.
Adult size: 5/7 feet
Life Span: Over 20 Years But Much More In Captivity Eggs or young: average clutch 18-30 eggs. Appearance: The Sumatra Blood Python gets its name from the blood red color that washes over its skin. They are also dusted in light yellows and oranges and have thick bodies, perfect for constricting. A snake of medium length with huge girth relative to its length. The head is long and broad and distinctly wider than the neck. The anterior half of the body appears to us as pale with dark pattern, while the posterior appears as dark with pale pattern. There is a black postocular stripe and in some populations there are black lateral blotches on the sides. There is much variation of color in individuals and in populations. The dark elements of the pattern may be red, orange-red, oxblood, brown, tan or yellow. Blood pythons are without red coloration at hatching and appear as predominantly tan with black markings. Blood pythons attain their adult colors usually between to and three years of age. At three and four years of age the coloration of blood pythons is at its zenith.

98. Bob Clark Captive Bred Reptiles - Main Page
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This is probably the most sought-after snake in herpetoculture today, a solid white, patternless ball python. The heterozygous offspring from this snake are visibly different from normal ball pythons and I've named these animals "Fire Balls". I'm working on this project with my friend, Mike Wilbanks, of Constrictors Unlimited. Fire Balls
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99. NPWS - Snakes
Australia s other snakes are the solidtoothed non-venomous snakes (such as pythons, blind snakes and file snakes) and venomous rear-fanged snakes (such as the
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    Australia's snake variety Australia has some 140 species of land snake, and around 32 species of sea snakes have been recorded in Australian waters. Some 100 Australian snakes are venomous, although only 12 are likely to inflict a wound that could kill you. The most dangerous snakes belong to the front-fanged group, which in NSW includes the tiger snake, brown snake, death adder, mulga or king brown snake and a few species of sea snake. Australia's other snakes are the solid-toothed non-venomous snakes (such as pythons, blind snakes and file snakes) and venomous rear-fanged snakes (such as the brown tree snake and mangrove snakes). All native snakes in NSW are protected under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974. How snakes see, smell and hear Snakes have no eyelids and cannot close their eyes. Their eyes are protected by a clear scale which is part of their skin and functions like a spectacle. Many snakes have excellent eyesight, particularly some of the daytime predators (such as whip snakes), and most have good eyesight at least over short distances. However, in most snakes the sense of smell is more vital. A snake's main organ of smell is its forked tongue, which it flicks in and out of its mouth. The tongue picks up scent particles from the air and any objects it touches, and transfers them to two depressions in the roof of the mouth. These depressions are unique to reptiles and detect scents transferred to them from the tongue. A snake's nostrils are only used for breathing.

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