Stimson Python Care and Advice Sheet General Information Natural Habitat: Perth in the southern part of the coastal range, north to the southern edge of the Kimberley region Scientific Name: Antaresia stimsoni Size: Maximum length is approximately 100 cm Life Expectancy: 15 – 25 years in captivity if well cared for Living Temps: Day […]
General Information Natural Habitat: Primarily tropical rainforests associated with the Atherton Tablelands of northern Queensland Size: Up to approximately 1.4 meters in length Life Expectancy: Jungle pythons can live up to approximately 20 years, and in some cases longer. Living Temperatures: Day time temp of 28-30.5°C, night time temp of 22°C. Pythons will self-regulate […]
HOW TO TREAT A SNAKE BITE Getting bitten by a snake can be a very scary situation, especially if you are unsure of the type of snake that’s just bitten you. Save this information onto your phone in case you are ever in a situation where you, or someone else, requires it. Step […]
Darwin Python Care and Advice Sheet General Information Natural Habitat: Primarily Northern Territory, north-east Western Australia, and western Queensland. Size: Up to approximately 2 meters in length when in captivity, however can exceed this length. Life Expectancy: Darwin pythons can live up to approximately 20 years, and in some cases longer. Living Temperatures: Day […]
Pygmy Bearded Dragon Care and Advice Sheet Quick Facts: Common Name: Pygmy Bearded Dragon or Black Soil Bearded Dragon Scientific Name: Pogona henrylawsoni Colour: Grey and light-to-dark tan in alternating bands Size: Generally 20 – 25cm however, can grow as big as 30cm Life expectancy: Approximately 10 years in captivity Temperament: Calm but active, […]
This week we share feeding time with you for the 13 Albino Darwin Pythons that we have in Boot Camp. It’s time to get them all out and clean their habitats but first, let’s get some food into them!
Today we get the four Jungle Pythons out to see just how well they have progressed at Boot Camp. We have a new cadet joining them this week as well, another beautiful Jungle, so this should be interesting!
We’ve had 6 Dajarra X Proserpine baby pythons in our boot camp for the past 3 weeks. The owners are hoping we can turn their nasty behaviour around and make them more family orientated pets. That’s a big task, have we succeeded??
This week we introduce you to 9 baby python (although some of them chose to eat from the privacy of their little hidy holes). The first 6 pythons are Dajarra Prosipine females who are only a few weeks old and are learning that you don’t have to bite at everything that moves!