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Diamond Backed Python
Transcript of Diamond Backed Python
as the diamond python, is a large snake. It can grow up to 4meters long, but its normal size is about 2.5meters. It comes in many colours depending on it's regions. It's latin name is the "Morelia Spilota Spilota" They live in these environments, usually well vegetated ones such as:
Rocky Outcrops Habitats:
The Diamond Python lives in the coastal
areas of New South Whales, where it slowly
merges with the carpet python's habitat.
Biotic features of eco-system: Trees, insects, Biotic and Abiotic features The Biotic features of the Diamond Python are the:
These are some of the biotic features in the Snake's environment The Abiotic Features are the:
These are some of the abiotic features in the python's environment Thick muscles to
strangle and crush prey Dark scales to attract
heat when it's cold Scales to camouflage into
it's surroundings Hunts at night to avoid the
heat of the sun in the day. Climbs trees to hunt for prey and
hide from predators. Bibliography
Thank you for listening What they eat:
Diamond pythons which have just hatched, feed mostly on small lizards. As they grow older, their diet broadens and they start to eat small birds and mammals. The adults tend to feed more on warm blooded prey. Their favourites are possums, fruit bats, and rodents. Though humans, even a child, aren't at risk, a large python may take domestic animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, or even small cats or dogs. The colour and patterns of these pythons
vary greatly, the eastern populations are pale or dark brown to olive green, with irregular, dark-edged, pale yellowish blotches.
Other populations can be grey or reddish with darker blotches, mainly the nocturnal ones, but they can be seen basking in the day. lighter parts: population is smaller
darker parts: population is larger. Where they are in Australia