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         Python Snakes:     more books (86)
  1. Tales of Giant Snakes: A Historical Natural History of Anacondas and Pythons by John C. Murphy, Robert W. Henderson, 1997-09
  2. GREEDY PYTHON & THE FOOLISH TORTOISE, THE (Pixies) by Buckley, 1993-04-01
  3. Big Snake: The Hunt for the World's Longest Python by Robert Twigger, 2000-06
  4. Reticulated Pythons (World's Largest Snakes) by Valerie J. Weber, 2002-12
  5. Reticulated Python: The World's Longest Snake (Supersized!) by Meish Goldish, 2010-01
  6. African Rock Pythons (World's Largest Snakes) by Valerie J. Weber, 2002-12
  7. Asian Rock Pythons (World's Largest Snakes) by Valerie J. Weber, 2002-12
  8. Scrub Pythons (World's Largest Snakes) by Valerie J. Weber, 2002-12
  9. Pythons (The Snake Discovery Library) by Sherie Bargar, Linda Johnson, 1988-09
  10. Snakes of the World: A Checklist, Boas, Pythons, Sheild Tails and Worm Snakes by Kenneth R. G. Welch, 1995-01
  11. Pythons (Snakes) by Megan M. Gunderson, 2010-09
  12. Pythons (Amazing Snakes Discovery Library) by Ted O'Hare, 2005-06-30
  13. Pythons (Snakes) by James E. Gerholdt, 1995-09
  14. Pythons (Scary Snakes) by Julie Fiedler, 2007-09-30

1. Ball Python Snakes
The Ball Python,or the Royal Python, is one of the most popular pet snakes.......Ball python snakes. Title Ball python snakes
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Ball Pythons are one of the most popular varieties of pet snakes. The website "Pet Support USA Reptile Reference Library", in the article entitled "Ball Python", tells why the Ball Python is so well-liked. It says the Ball Python is smaller than most pythons, which makes it easier to care for, and its colors and patterns are quite impressive. According to the website article "Python Regius - Royal or Ball Python", which was written by Elisia Lynn Rangel and published by The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ball Pythons, also known as Royal Pythons, have various markings and colors. The Ball or Royal Python can be varying shades of brown, tan, red, light yellow, or yellowish-orange. These beautifully colored snakes can have spots, stripes, or a combination of both. The same article says this gentle creature reaches an adult length between three and six feet. According to the website article "Ball Pythons", written and published by Melissa Kaplan in 1996, the Ball Python originates in western and central Africa. It lives in the outskirts of wooded areas in trees and grasslands. It says the Ball Python, which is known as the Royal Python in Europe, was given its name due to the fact that it curls into a ball when it is frightened or alarmed. The same article says how to tell a male Ball Python from a female. On the Ball Python's underside near the tail there are spurs which are claw-like remnants of back legs. These back legs were eliminated when the python and the boa evolved from the lizard. It says the male snakes have spurs that are longer than the females. Also, the female typically has a larger head than the male Ball Python.

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4. Desk Clock Burmese Python Snakes
Burmese Python Snakes picture on a desk clock. Title Snakes desk clock. Product Burmese Python desk clock is handcrafted utilizing unique process resulting in a
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5. CIMC Integrated Units: Snake's Mistake
2. Bring in pictures of python snakes and discuss why people may be afraidof snakes. 3. Write a summary to go with the snake that was made.
Title: The Snake's Mistake . Pyramid Books, 1988. Author: Keith Faulkner Illustrator : Jonathan Lambert Grade level: Summary: This story is about a python's horrid crime and how one little girl put him in his place. READING/WRITING CONNECTIONS 1. Ask the students if they know anything about snakes. 2. Discuss the different names of snakes. 3. Read the story The Snake's Mistake 4. Hold some pepper under the students noses (some children should sneeze). Discuss what happens. 5. Talk about the characteristics of a Python snake. 6. Have the students discuss other books about snakes that they might have read. EXTENSIONS VOCABULARY Python noise fourth slithered mighty disappeared rumbling inside scrumptious hungry second tasty suddenly sucking flash bright yummy shaker grabbed pepper reptile tickled wheeze prevent beneath beaten sneeze LIBRARY CONNECTIONS 1. Share other books about snakes: Amazing Snakes by Alexandra Parsons The Fascinating World Of Snakes by Angel Julevert The Python and Anaconda by Edith Hope Fine Pythons by Sherie Bargar Snakes by Jane P. Resnick

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7. Discussion Group - Re: ANACONDA[SNAKES]
10/14/98 (0) Re Ball python snakes Jill Green 103848 6/15/98 (3)Re Ball python snakes Kenneth Griffin 113507 10/27/98 (1)


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Posted by Shauna Kehl on February 11, 1998 at 12:14:28: In Reply to: Re: ANACONDA[SNAKES] posted by Ed bagtas on November 27, 1997 at 12:26:52: : : : I need to know more about ANACONDAS[FOR SCHOOL] Montessori
: : : [SNAKE]I need to know reproduction and how it
: provides for its offspring and how it moves by.Also any other info that you can give me!!!

8. Challenge 6 - Ball Python Kit
The ball python (Python regius) is one of the best python snakesto have as a pet. They are very calm snakes and rarely attempt
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The ball python (Python regius) is one of the best python snakes to have as a pet. They are very calm snakes and rarely attempt to bite you and are a manageable size ot around 5 feet long when adult. Ball Pythons or Royal Pythons as they are also know are carnivores and feed on frozen and defrosted mice and rats. These snakes come from Western Africa and live in both the rainforest and on savanah land so are quite adaptable to their environment. They will need to be kept at a temperature of 27C during the day and 24C at night. They feed on frozen and defrosted mice and rats. Illustrated is a High Gold colour form of the royal python. If you feel your child (or you!) can deal with a Royal Python then this is the kit for you
Contents of the kit include the following items: Royal Python Kit - suitable for ages 12+ supervised challenge level 6
  • Perfecto reptile habitat 20 x 10 x 12 (large enough for first 12 months) Royal Python (standard form hatchling) Pearlco IR heat element Pearlco Ceramic bulb holder (with plug) Pearlco heat reflector for above Habistat day/night thermostat controller Zoo Med Reptisun 5 UV light Arcadia strip light controller for above Naturerep Hot Spot T Rex dome reflector for above (with plug) Granite Mountain deep water dish ESU combination thermometer/hygrometer 25 Frozen pinkie mice Reptavite food supplement Keeping Ball Pythons book

9. Exotic Pets Which Have A Challenge Level Of 6
Exotic Reptile Kits. Royal Python Kits Challenge Level 6 Royal Puthon Kit, Theball python (Python regius) is one of the best python snakes to have as a pet.
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Exotic Pets Challenge Level 6
All the kits shown below have been selected to provide the maximum comfort for the pets involved and the correct maintenance equipment for you - the owner. All the kits have been provided with approximate age groups which should be able to deal with the demands required. These are challenge level 6 and have some advanced requirements.
Exotic Reptile Kits
Royal Python Kits The ball python (Python regius) is one of the best python snakes to have as a pet. They are very calm snakes and rarely attempt to bite you and are a manageable size ot around 5 feet long when adult. These snakes come from Western Africa and live in both the rainforest and on savanah land so are quite adaptable to their environment.
Ball Pythons or Royal Pythons as they are also know are carnivores and feed on frozen and defrosted mice and rats.

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For example, imagine you want information about Monty Python, butdon't want to get pages upon pages about python snakes. Try this
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  • Don't be afraid to be specific. The more information you give a search engine, the easier it will be to find what you want. Often, typing in your exact question will actually produce great results - for instance "Can I upgrade directly from Windows 95 to Windows 2000?" (the answer is yes) Add it up. When you want to find pages that have ALL the terms you enter, rather than any one of them, use the + symbol. For example, typing in: +star +wars +phantom +menace would narrow down your search to pages that specifically refer to only the Star Wars movie in question, weeding out pages that only refer to Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back or Return of the Jedi. Take it Away. Sometimes, you want a search engine to find pages that have one word on them but not another word. The - symbol before a word means that word MUST NOT appear in the title or body of a document. For example, imagine you want information about Monty Python, but don't want to get pages upon pages about python snakes. Try this: +monty +python -snakes -reptiles That tells the search engine to find pages that mention "month python" and then to remove any of them that also mention "snakes" or "reptiles."

11. 'Find Your Needle In The Haystack: Power Searching' From Fluid Communications
For example, imagine you want information about Monty Python, but don't want toget pages upon pages about python snakes. monty +python snakes -reptiles.
Find Your Needle in the Haystack: Power Searching
By Amy Dent Beebe Tired of wading through thousands of results that don't seem to have anything to do with what you were searching for? Use these tips to increase your searching productivity! These commands should work on all the major search engines, a few exceptions are noted. Use more than one search engine
No one search engine indexes all websites and pages. So if your first search doesn't produce the results you want, try searching with at least one other search engine - the results may often vary widely due to each search engine's methods of compiling. Many search engines now offer links other search engines at the bottom of your search results. Here are the current top 10 search engines in order, according to Read the About page
Many search engines have a link that leads to detailed information about how the search engine compiles and searches through information, and how to get the best results from it. Reading this page can save you a lot of time and headaches. Also, visit search engine home page links with names like How To, Search Help, and Advanced Search for searching tips. Don't be afraid to be specific.

12. The Pythons
All python snakes are tropical animals . It is one of the longest snakes inthe world . Before acquiring a Burmese Python , you should count that .
What Is Python? Understanding Them
: Pythons are one of the subgroup of the snakes . There are many species of snakes in our world with over 2700 subgroups . The sizes of pythons are bigger than the other snake families , especially bigger than other constrictors . Pythons are constrictors that means it kills its prey with a sudden surround action so its prey can not breathe and die in a few minutes . Pythons have heat pits that can detect a very little amount of heat like 0.07C'Degrees . They are not venomous snakes . There is fact about them that probably many people don't know ; a cobra venom or any other venomous snake can't hurt a python . Pythons have a metabolism that protects them from other venomous snakes . They are grouped together in 1756 by Mr.Carl Von Linne because of their similar appearances and habits together . As every snake species have subgroups , pythons have subgroups too . For example arboreal pythons with heat-sensing pits along their lips are group together under pythons as a subgroup .
Pythons Versus Boas : Many people don't know the main difference between boas and pythons . Boas are termed ovoviviparous , this means their eggs inside the females are surrounded by a membrane instead of a hard shell like pythons . So when the boa babies born , babies break through the membrane to crawl away . Pythons are oviparous , this means the eggs are surrounded by a thin , parchmentlike shell . Female pythons will coil around their eggs and stay with them during the incubation period .

13. Animals Of The Rainforest Reptile Refuge Society - Snakes - Burmese Python
Covers the habitat and habits of the species. View photos of regular and albino specimens. Animals of the RRRS snakes. Burmese python. Reticulated python
Animals of the RRRS - SNAKES Burmese Python Reticulated Python Rough Green Snake Yellow Anaconda BURMESE PYTHON (Python molurus bivittatus) P ictured here are the true colour phase of a Burmese Python and an Albino Burmese Python. An albino is missing the colour pigment that give them their natural colour phase. In the wild albinos are rare, as they are easily noticed by predators. In captivity, people breed them for their own pleasure. In the wild, Burmese Pythons are fund in North-western India east through southern China and south through the Malay Peninsula and East Indies. They are absent from the Philippines. Burmese Pythons can reach a length of 27 feet (8.1 meters), but average about 18 to 20 feet (5.4 - 6 meters). The habitat in which they are found are, woodlands, swamps, marshes, grasslands, river valleys, rocky foothills and open jungle. The main diet of Burmese Pythons are mammals, birds and reptiles. With the development of agriculture sites, larger specimens are occasionally attracted by domestic fowl and pigs. The albino Burmese was brought to the Refuge on November 30, 1993 at the age of approx. 6 months old and approx. 2 feet long (61 cm). On August 24, 1996 she was measured at 14 feet and 75 pounds.

14. - Die Tutorials
python Scripting in Blender. Readme from the translation team. No Fear of snakes
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Python Scripting in Blender Readme from the translation team
No Fear of Snakes
by Martin Strubel It should be noted immediately: The Python extensions are currently not available in the Freeware version of Blender. That is, without a C-Key you cannot try out the indicated examples. Certainly, with regards to Blender 2.0 (the Blender-game-development system), there are rapid changes occurring with respect to the subject of Python, through which those who are still not C-Key owners, could feel addressed.
First steps
We will not deal here in any greater detail with regards to the structure and implementation of Python. At the following link, [ ] you will find a complete manual for Python, which you may read for yourselves, but not necessarily right now. Python is actually very simple and can be learned "on the fly". Before we begin though, we have to define some technical jargon: Since the term "Object" exists in both Blender and Python, we will denote a specific Python Object in the following text with "PyObject". In order to address another situation which is sure to cause confusion: An Object in Blender can also be a PyObject - and which it indeed is, as soon as you address the Blender Object with Python. However: a PyObject can also represent a material or light source in Blender and finally is not entirely simply a variable ie. a data record. It is best if we see it directly for ourselves, once we manipulate Blender Objects: It is best to start Blender in a window (that is - not full screen) from the Shell:

15. Rob's House Of Snakes
Photos and anecdotes from a snake hobbyist who owns an Albino Burmese python, two Columbian Red Tailed Boas, two Queensland Carpet pythons, and one Dumerils Boa.

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16. The Reptiles Of Australia, Python Page
The Australian pythons. Distribution Key. SERPENTES (snakes). Family Boidae (boas and pythons) Antaresia perthensis. Pygmy python. WA. U2622. Antaresia stimsoni
A Listing of Australian Pythons
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Family Boidae (boas and pythons)
Subfamily Pythonidae (pythons)
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Scientific Name Common Name Distribution CODE Antaresia childreni Children's Python NT,Qld,WA Antaresia maculosa spotted Python NT,Qld,WA Antaresia perthensis Pygmy Python WA Antaresia stimsoni Stimson's Python NSW,NT,Qld,SA,WA Aspidites melanocephalus Black-headed Python NT,Qld,WA Aspidites ramsayi Woma NSW,NT,Qld,SA,WA Leiopython albertisii D'alberti's Python Qld(Torres Strait Isl) Liasis fuscus Water Python NT,Qld,WA Liasis o. barroni Western Olive Python WA Liasis o. olivaceus Olive Python NT,Qld,WA Morelia amethistina kinghorni Australian Scrub Python Qld Morelia bredli Centralian Carpet Python NT Morelia carinata Rough-scaled Python WA Morelia oenpelliensis Oenpelli Rock Python NT Morelia spilota cheynei Jungle Carpet python Qld Morelia spilota imbricata Southwestern Carpet Python WA Morelia spilota mcdowelli Coastal Carpet Python NSW,Qld

17. CHS Care Sheets - Snakes
A care sheet by Sandy Allen, President of the Toledo Herpetological Society.
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Royal Python (Ball Python)
Python regius
by by Sandy Allen
President, Toledo Herpetological Society
Originally published in the Cold Blooded News , Vol.24, No.5, May 1997. Contents:
Basic Facts

General Information

Captive Care

References / Suggested Reading
Basic Facts
Common Name Royal Python (ball python) Scientific Name Python regius Origin Africa Size Lifespan (Captive) 20 - 30 years (record - 47 years) Range West and Central Africa from Senegal to Uganda Habitat Dry brushland, cleared forest, open grassland, even cultivated areas.
General Information
Temperament: Adult wild caught specimens are a poor choice for a first snake as these animals are extremely difficult to acclimate to captivity. Wild caught individuals have been known to starve themselves to death. Common problems include mites and ticks as well as internal parasites and injuries suffered during capture and shipping. Some of these problems can be solved only with vet care. Captive bred and/or hatched individuals usually feed more readily and are not irritable or shy.
Captive Care
Caging: Either a 20 gallon long or 29 gallon high aquarium is a good choice for this animal. Substrates commonly include dry cypress mulch, Astroturf, and newspaper (use older newspaper so that the ink is dry). Driftwood and decorative stones should be added to aid the snake during its shed. A hide box is essential (especially with wild caught specimens) since Royal Pythons are extremely private animals. In fact, some individuals will feed more readily from, or only from the hide box.

18. SuperSnakes - Rare Ball Pythons
Shop here for Ball python Manual (The Herpetocultural Library. Series 300) and find more books by Philippe De Vosjoli. For a limited time, get free shipping on orders over $25!
Healthy Snakes, Great Service! Albino Ball Pythons Striped Ball Pythons Albino Striped Ball Pythons Ball Python Eggs
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Feeding Snakes

Health Issues

We specialize in the care and breeding of rare Ball Pythons. Also known as "Royal Pythons", these snakes are beautiful and easy to care for. Ball Pythons are impressive, but not too big. In many ways, captive-bred Ball Pythons are perfect pet snakes. Rare Ball Python breeding is the best financial opportunity in herpetoculture. The high level of demand for Ball Pythons, along with their low reproductive rate, ensures that breeding rare Ball Pythons will be a great way to make money for many more years to come. But remember, you must truly care for the snakes or you will fail.
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19. Oakland Zoo: Burmese Python
Description, characteristics, and a photograph of the Burmese python.Category Kids and Teens School Time Reptiles snakes pythons...... As with other snakes, the python's loosely hinged jaws can be stretched far apart,enabling it to swallow animals with bodies much larger in diameter than the
Burmese Python
ORDER: Squamata
FAMILY: Boidae
GENUS: Python
SPECIES: molurus bivittatus
Bold color pattern mainly in browns and yellows. Small spurs represent the vestiges of hind limbs. Grows to a length of 20 feet. Maximum recorded length is 25 feet.
Found from India to lower China, the Malay Peninsula and on some islands of the East Indies. Lives near water and is semi-aquatic.
Small mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs and even fish. Kills by constriction in which the prey is suffocated. A nocturnal hunter, it prowls looking for prey or waits by a water hole.
Lays 8-100 eggs usually 3-4 months after mating. The female pushes them together in a heap and coils herself around them, brooding them for 2-3 months. She actually incubates them (using muscular contractions to warm) by keeping their body temperature several degrees above that of the surrounding air. When hatched, the young grow rapidly but suffer much predation. As they grow larger, however, fewer animals can overpower them.

20. Melissa Kaplan's
Tells the story of Louis Daddano and his three pet snakes, including a 20foot Burmese python. Includes a photograph.
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