Woma Python- Aspidites ramsayi
Latin name: Aspidites ramsayi
Native Home: Woma Pythons are endemic to Australia. Once common throughout Western Australia, it has become critically endangered in some regions.
Size: Adult Woma Pythons are typically around 1.5 m (4.5 feet) in total length.
Diet: Woma Pythons have a variety of terrestrial small mammals, ground birds, and lizards in the wild. They readily feed on rodents in captivity.
Reproduction: Woma Pythons lay between 5- 20 eggs per clutch, females remain coiled around their eggs until they hatch, with the incubation period lasting 2–3 months.
Lifespan: Woma pythons can live for over 20 years.