The Python are one of the most deadliest snakes in the world.

Most members of this family are ambush predators, in that they typically remain motionless in a camouflaged position, and then strike suddenly at passing prey. They will generally not attack humans unless startled or provoked.

The Python's maximum speed is 0.5 km per hour.
The Python organism lives in small creeks of shallow water so they can move smoothly from place to place since they don't have and arms and legs.

Snake Breeding takes a long time. After the male python mates with the female python, the female python have to wait multiple times in order for them to see their babies. The females will have to wait 15 days until their ovulation. Once the shedding is over, the python will have no choice but to wait from 20 to 45 days to lay their eggs.

Pythons are one of the largest snakes. Unlike many other snake species, pythons don't produce venom - they are non-venomous snakes. They can be found in rainforests, savannas and deserts.
Pythons live in the tropical areas of Africa and Asia. They can be found in rainforests, savannas and deserts. A lot of people keep them as pets.
Pythons are carnivores and in the wild they can eat animals such as antelope, monkeys, rodents, lizards, birds and caimans. If a python's habitat is near a location where there is livestock, it will feed on these animals. In captivity, a python's diet can include thawed rodents and rabbits.
Specimens have survived for over 40 years in captivity, with the oldest recorded ball python being kept in captivity 47 years and 6 months until its death in 1992 at the Philadelphia Zoo. To live this long, captive ball pythons require proper care.
The python's jaw is so wide, that it is able to swallow a human whole.
Pythons are constrictors. They kill their prey by squeezing them until they stop breathing. They are also cold-blooded. They only survive in the heat.


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