Pythons have many predators. Young pythons are subject to predation from birds, wild dogs, hyenas, larger snakes and even insects and spiders. Adult pythons are not immune to risk and may be attacked and eaten by birds of prey, leopards and lions.
Pythons live in Africa, Asia, Florida and Australia. Depending on the species, they are found in swamps, rainforests, grasslands, marshes and desert hills, primarily in rocky outcrops, tree branches and burrows.
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Although it is rare, there have been documented cases of pythons eating humans. The victims are typically children or otherwise small in stature, as the broad shoulders of adults are too large for most pythons to swallow.
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