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Reptile Antaresia maculosa (Spotted Python)

Blake

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Scientific Name: Antaresia maculosa

Common Name: Spotted Python

Order: Squamata

Suborder: Serpentes

Family: Pythonidae

Other Names: NA

Distribution: Queensland East coast and NSW northen east coast

Habitat: Found over a wide range of environments throught its distribution but most often found in rocky outcrops and caves

Field Notes: A light taned snake with irregular dark brown to black patterning across the length of the snake. A reasonably small python, growing between 1-1.5m in length. Bats are a favoured food which are caught at the entrance or exit of caves.

A popular snake as a pet due to its even temperament and ease of care.

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Above Image By Blake - 2011 - Location: Australia Zoo

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Hairyman

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Yes there was eggs but its the week old chicks that a dissapearing about one per day.
 

Dusty

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What distance were you Dusty M when second photo taken. Did it have a go at you? What were you doing to get it so P.Off
 
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