How many Indian pythons are left?
in the ninties there were between 1,000 to 10,000 left. now there is only between 500 and 1,000
this is sooo not true
There are many popular species these days. They include Rat snakes, Boa constrictors, Royal pythons, Burmese pythons, Amethyst pythons, Green tree pythons, Green tree boas, Corn snakes, King snakes, Gopher snakes, African house snakes and many more. Boa constrictors and Burmese pythons are only for 'experienced keepers - as they grow very big - fairly quickly !
Depends on the species. Ball pythons like mice and rats Burmese/Reticulated pythons like rabbits/large rats Tree pythons like mice/rats For all the other species, it depends on size. A python can eat prey that is the girth of the widest part of his/her body. Some pythons are different, many ball pythons, for instance, like eating hamsters instead of mice.
There are many different types of snakes in India, including cobras, Indian rock pythons, and the red sand boas. Depending on the type of snake and its size, it can eat different foods like frogs, lizards, birds, eggs, rodents, jackal, and boar. The Indian rock python can even eat a small deer because it is a large snake that measures up to 20 feet in length.