Baby Biak Green Tree Python
The green tree python (Morelia viridis) is a species of snake in the family Pythonidae. The species is native to New Guinea, some islands in Indonesia, and the Cape York Peninsula in Australia. First described by Hermann Schlegel in 1872, it was known for many years as Chondropython viridis. As its common name suggests, it is a bright green snake that can reach a total length (including tail) of 2 m (6.6 ft) and a weight of 1.6 kg (3.5 lb), with females slightly larger and heavier than males. Living generally in trees, the green tree python mainly hunts and eats small reptiles and mammals. It is a popular pet, and numbers in the wild have suffered with large-scale smuggling of wild-caught green tree pythons in Indonesia. Despite this, the green tree python is rated as least concern on the IUCN Red List of endangered species.These Farm Bred Babies Are Approximately 18 – 24 Inches In Length From Head To Tail.
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Baby Biak Green Tree Python (Morelia viridis) is a species of snake in the family Pythonidae. The species is native to New Guinea, some islands in Indonesia, and the Cape York Peninsula in Australia.
- Morelia viridis
- Farm Bred
- Too Young To Sex
- Approximately 18 – 24 Inches In Length From Head To Tail
- Gorgeous Babies Hatching Out With Neon Yellow, Blood Red, or Dark Brown Colors, Changing Into Bright Green Gems As Adults
- Cunning And Agile Hunters Feeding On Live or Frozen/Thawed Pinkie Mice
- Originating Out Of The Northern Part Of Australia And The New Guinea Islands Of Indonesia
- Adults Are Growing Up To 4-6 Feet In Length From Head To Tail
- With Proper Care These Snakes Can Live 15-20+ Years At A Time In Captivity
- Arboreal Snakes Hiding Up In The Forest Canopy Hunting Various Prey With Supreme Camouflage
- We Recommend Lots Of Branches, Foliage, And Heavy Humidity
Biak Green Tree Pythons. … Biak is the largest island in its small archipelago, and has many atolls, reefs, and corals. Biaks tend to be one of the larger forms of Green Tree Pythons. An insular form, which is currently recognized as Morelia azurea. This locality type takes a long time complete the ontogenic color change …
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