How does a Python eat?
The jaws of a python are not like a human’s jaws. Humans cannot open their mouth very wide, but a python can.
The jaws of a python are extremely flexible because they are not fused together and they are not connected to the back of its mouth.
A python can open its jaws so wide that it can eat a medium-sized animal whole – such as a deer, antelope, pig, cat, or dog.
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The Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus) is a non-venomous colubrid reptile.
The Corn Snake can be varied colours, but the most widely known colour is orange with black lines, red-coloured saddle markings, and black and white bellies.
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The Aesculapian Snake (Zamenis longissimus) is a non-venomous colubrid snake. It is a reptile.
The Aesculapian Snake is dark-coloured, olive-brown, or light-coloured, with a long slender body. Its scales are smooth with a metallic sheen. Its belly is plain light-yellow or cream. Its eyes are amber or brown.
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The Yellow Anaconda (Eunectes notaeus) is also known as the Paraguayan Anaconda, a large non-venomous boa snake from South America. It is one of the largest snakes in the world. It is a reptile.
The Yellow Anaconda a thick-bodied snake. It is yellow and golden-brown with a series of black or dark-brown saddles, blotches, spots, and streaks.
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The Natal Rock Python (Python sebae natalensis) is a huge, thick non-venomous snake, found close to water in forests and deserts of southern and eastern Africa.
They have a triangular head and distinct markings that are brown, olive, or yellowish in colour. The colours darken with age. Old pythons can be almost black. Their scales are small and smooth.
They have sharp, backwardly curved teeth.
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