What Do Wild Green Tree Pythons Eat?

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Wild green tree pythons eat small rodents, reptiles, and pinky mice. The green tree pythons live in New Guinea and some of its surrounding islands, and the Cape York Peninsula of Australia
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they are not an endangered species so there are at least 250,225 known in the wild.
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1. Gradually lower the temperature in the python's enclosure to about 60 degrees Fahrenheit at night. Daytime temperatures can remain the in the mid-80s. This drop in temperature
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Take him to the vet ASAP! He might have a very bad illness. A snakes ribs hould NEVER show? Do you use live bait? try that.
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Another way of looking at it: We don't eat tree leaves because they have more cellulose (and lignin and other indigestible carbohydrates) than vegetables. We eat the ones easiest
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