they will lash out at it and immediately after its mouth is around the food, its body curls up around its prey, and sits there like that until the mouse is dead.then it will gradually inch the mouse into its mouth.
the purpose of the pythons color is so it camouflage through the leaves to catch its prey.
No, they are constricting snakes that crush their prey with unbearable force.
Nope! They're constrictors. That means they squeeze their prey to death. These are the huge snakes such as reticulated pythons or Burmese pythons, or the small, heavy bodied snakes such as the ball python.
Royal (ball) Python prey on small mammals, typically, mice or rats are what they are fed in captivity, depending on how large the python is.
Ball pythons in particular have rather sharp teeth and thick teeth.
no, they do the same. they constrict their prey.
wild predators include other snake eating species of snake: Kingsnakes, king cobras, etc. also birds of prey and really any other predator large enough. ball pythons are not a snakes eating species and generally will not try to eat another ball python.
Hi birds of prey such as eagles ect prey on small to medium pythons. Hi birds of prey such as eagles ect can eat small to medium pythons Hi birds of prey such as eagles ect can eat small to medium pythons Hi birds of prey such as eagles ect can eat small to medium pythons
pythons can unlatch their jaw to eat large prey whole, they only use their teeth to poison prey.
reticulated pythons wait and lay for their prey to walk past like a rabbit and then it sinks its fang into there prey.
no,tigers and ball pythons never met before
Adult crocodiles prey on retic pythons.