Regardless of length, pythons are bulky for their size. They have triangular-shaped heads and sharp, backward-curving teeth that they use to grab prey. Arboreal (tree-dwelling) pythons' teeth are longer than their terrestrial (ground-dwelling) cousins. Arboreal pythons also have extremely prehensile tails.
Order Squamata, Family Pythonidae
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Regardless of length, pythons are bulky for their size.
Plan a trip to a Zoo or Reptile Garden
Identify 3 specific types of pythons that you might expect to see and provide the following
Where they are found
In what type of environment would they be found
Interview an individual that is responsible for the care of a python. Develop a set of questions before the interview that addresses the care of the python (example the size of the enclosure where the python is housed, food and the source of the food)
Please develop and submit a presentation demonstrating your understanding of the family of Pythonidae. Please include the above "prompts" in your presentation