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HABITAT

The Diamond Pythons' Hatch lings feed on small animals such as lizards and small birds.As they get older their diet changes to larger animals.Adults feed on warm blooded prey possums, fruit bats, and rodents are preferred.Domestic pets such as dogs and cats,rabbits and guinea pigs may be eaten by them.environments to higher, cooler winter quarters-above which they will move seeking colder temperatures which will affect on what they eat
DIET As the baby Diamond Pythons get older and their diets change they start t get their creamy yellow colored diamond rosettes.Even though they aren't venomous their bite can inflict a lot of pain and sometimes their fang might break off in there victims. Diamond pythons are cold-weather pythons, as evidenced by their dark coloration-an adaptation of animals in colder climates, enabling them to absorb heat from the sun quickly and efficiently. FEATURES They prefer cold climates, they prefer the cold probably the most out of all Australian snakes. Diamond pythons usually require temperatures in the range of 28 -30 degrees to keep them warm but not hot.Even though they like the cold you can't leave them to freeze their tails off you need to try and keep the temperatures around 28-30 degrees. Diamonds migrate from low, warm environments to higher, cooler winter quarters-above which they will move seeking colder temperatures. HABITAT CLIMATE Diamond Python The Diamond Python is usually found in bushland, coastal areas of New South Wales or in the National parks of Sydney.Due to their slow movements and their nocturnal habits they usually go around undetected. ORIGIN The Diamond Python was originally from They are amply found in the south eastern regions of Australia that have a very cold winter period.They have been seen mainly around the coastal areas of New South Wales.
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