Savu Python For Sale
The Pythonidae family includes Savu pythons. These are nonvenomous constrictors related to the olive python (L. olivaceous), a considerably bigger python found in northern Australia.
As a subspecies of the Macklot’s python, they were initially described in 1956. (Liasis mackloti). Researchers presented genetic data in 2004 suggesting that the Savu python is a distinct species rather than a subspecies. There is still some debate over this, and some people still refer to it as a subspecies.
The majority of publications, however, list it as a separate species, Liasis savuensis. Lias, a kind of blue limestone, may have inspired the genus name. Their home island is mentioned in the specific name, savuensis. Freckled python, white-eyed python, and sanca mata putih are some of their common names.
HABITAT: They prefer a thick base of aspen or wood mulch (at least 2 inches), which they may use to burrow through. There should be a hefty bowl of clean water, a hollow log for hiding, and a concave rock or plastic “cave” for protection. One end should be kept at a toasty 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray a mist if you’re having trouble with excessive shedding.
ORIGIN: Savu Island, near New Guinea
Sexing Your Silver Savu Python For Sale
Customers are welcome to specify whether they want a male or female snake (or a mix of both) when placing an order, but they should be informed that we cannot fulfill such requests with absolute certainty. We cannot promise that you will get the exact snake(s) you want, but we will have someone who is highly knowledgeable about reptiles try to fulfill your request.
Shipping Your Savu Python
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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
What do Savu pythons eat?
This animal lives on land and feeds mostly on amphibians, reptiles, and occasionally small birds that nest in the ground.