Burmese pythons are carnivores with a fairly diverse diet, depending on what is available to them. As a rule, the Burmese python depends on a diet of smaller animals, particularly tiny mammals and birds; however, Burmese... More »

Burmese pythons do not have fangs, but are constrictors that have large teeth that curve rearward. The curved teeth inside of a Burmese python's mouth are excellent for grabbing prey, such as birds, pigs and other reptil... More »

Because Burmese pythons are large predators, their only predators are humans and alligators. Their diet includes any animal that can fit into their unhinged jaws, including smaller alligators. More »

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Burmese pythons do not have fangs, but are constrictors that have large teeth that curve rearward. The curved teeth inside of a Burmese python's mouth are excellent for grabbing prey, such as birds, pigs and other reptil... More »

In the wild, pythons eat a wide variety of different animals, including lizards, birds, rodents and other small animals. Pythons are generally ambush hunters that catch and eat whatever they can, and some bigger pythons ... More »

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Facts about royal pythons are that they are very docile and safe to handle, require infrequent feedings and mostly eat a diet of rodents. Other facts include that they can live between 20 to 30 years in captivity and can... More »

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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... More »