The pressure is really on...upon the one of the most magnificent and handsome creatures of tropics and subtropics towords survival and existence to pass genes through offsprings.The devloping world with all its anti-natural acts is driving hard the python out of it's habitat only to die of want of food. The next enemy is it's skin itself sacrificed towords making human fancy items made up of python skin severely endangering it.The last but not the least threat towords killing pythons comes from the fact that,we human have constant aversion towords snakes to kill them from the very first sight.
The python is listed as near threatened, not endangered, according to the IUCN.
there are not to many pythons lots are endangered
yes.and it still is.
Diamond pythons are mostly found in the eastern coast of Australia. They are quite few in number and are therefore considered an endangered specie.
yes because they catch it for its skin
Pythons are for the most part, not endangered. The Burmese python is threatened, however.
Very endangered, the loss of forrests and wetlands!
Python is not a species. It's a term used to refer to a family (Pythonidae) consisting of several genera and also to a specific genus (Python) within that family. Some species of pythons are considered endangered and others are not. However, pythons (endangered or otherwise) are not native to California.
The Indian Python was put on the endangered list June 14th 1976 - See related link for full details.
They really aren't endangered at all. Morelia spilota spilota is considered endangered in Victoria, but have a wider range than just Victoria, so overall they aren't endangered.
Simply because of the unabated encroachment by the human race into their natural habitat !
they are not an endangered species so there are at least 250,225 known in the wild
it's not a very difficult question.all extinctions are done by man.
There are many python species - including... Burmese Pythons, Reticulated Pythons, Royal Pythons, Carpet Pythons, Childrens Pythons, Blood Pythons, & Indian Pythons
Australia. They are small pythons related to Children's pythons (named for the man that discovered them, nothing to do with kids), Anthill pythons, Spotted pythons, and others.
They are endangered because an invasive species came, known as the python, and it doesn't have any competition. Now the pythons are eating everything in the ever glades and all the rare, endangered species are getting eaten by the pythons and are becoming nearly extinct. Before, the alligators used to be the king of the Everglades. Nothing would eat them. Now, the pythons are eating them, and they are taking over the Everglades. And thank you Mr. Jeramy Martin for teaching me this. You are a great teacher. And if you are reading this, ill see you tomorrow :)
A group of pythons is called a Pop, or pack of pythons.
No, Pythons are not venomous.
No pythons do not hybernate.
Some species of pythons do, but not all. Some pythons live in the desert. but most pythons live in rainforests.>:
There is no standard collective noun for the noun 'python', however the collective nouns for the noun 'snake' can apply:a bed of pythonsa den of pythonsa knot of pythonsa nest of pythonsa pit of pythonsa slither of pythons
no there not there found in the bush on the ground
pythons sleep at night
Crocodiles prey on pythons.
Crocodiles eat pythons.