Sunday, December 6, 2009
MYM: Yello Phy
Me and my Yellow Python,her name is Yellow Phy.... yikes.....am just soooo afraid it would wake up. She's a she, so might be careful we don't know what's in her mind. She's somewhere in her late forties, got to be really careful, be on your tiptoes...she's menopausal...you know, the hot flashes and cold flashes might trigger an onslaught of the mighty temper tantrum or what, kind of like me sometimes...hehehehe.
A short lesson about Yello Phy:
She lay eggs,unlike the boas who give live birth.
They differ in a lot of other ways as well, including size (pythons are generally bigger), scale pattern and facial features. Pythons sense heat through "pits" along the side of their nose, while boas have heat sensory scales. To name a few. They are
nonvenomous snakes of the family Pythonidae, found chiefly in Asia, Africa, and Australia, that coil around and suffocate their prey. Pythons often attain lengths of 6 meters (20 feet) or more.