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Transcript of Diamond Python
HOPE THAT YOU ENJOYED
THE DIAMOND PYTHON
Prezi By: Vinit, Luke and Vlatko
Music: Project 46-Reasons House Music
The Diamond Python is very closely related to the Carpet Python for their appearance and hunting mechanism. Diamond Pythons have a black background with yellow diamond shaped patterns scattered over the whole snake. With a lighter shade of yellow, they have big patches of yellow also covering the snake's body. The Diamond Carpet Python is part of the Diamond Python family.
Diamond Pythons live in areas which have a rich amount of vegetation. Diamond Pythons may have their homes in rainforests or bushland. These Pythons may also make their home in a house's roof to feed on rats or possums. The Diamond Python lives near the coastal areas.
Adult Diamond Pythons eat mammals such as rats or possums or they could also feed on smaller lizards. Younger Pythons only eat small lizards and small mammals but as they grow older, the Pythons start eating bigger foods. All Pythons are not poisonous and instead they suffocate their prey. This is accomplished by them, by wrapping their long, slimy body around the target's body and squeezing with immense strength. Next they devour their prey whole. Pythons have mouths that can stretch far apart because their jaws can separate and make the mouth area larger to swallow large prey.
The Diamond Python breeds in Spring. A clutch of 10 to 30 eggs in early Summer. The mother of the unhatched Pythons will coil around the eggs until the eggs hatch. Just after the snakes are born, their color is white with no patterns unlike their parents.