JUNGLE CARPET PYTHON

JUNGLE CARPET PYTHON

Sex: Female

Latin name:  Morelia spilota cheynei

Native Home: The JUNGLE CARPET PYTHON, is a python subspecies found in the rainforests of Queensland, Australia.

Size:  JUNGLE CARPET PYTHONS ranging from four to seven feet on average (48-84”). They are the smaller of the carpet pythons.

Diet: JUNGLE CARPET PYTHONS are opportunistic feeders in their native range, and will feed on a variety of small to medium sized rodents and other mammals, birds, and occasionally reptiles such as lizards.

Reproduction: The JUNGLE CARPET PYTHON are egg layers and usually around 10 to 25 eggs, and the eggs will hatch in approximately 50 to 55 days

Lifespan: JUNGLE CARPET PYTHONS in captivity can easily live 20 years or longer.