Carpet Pythons come from a small area in Northern Queensland in Australian,
more commonly referred to as the Atherton Tableland.
This is a small to medium size python, adult maximum size is about 6' to 7'. These are very arboreal snakes at all ages. If provided with adequate perches such as branches or shelves they will spend most of thier time off the ground.
They are well suited for a naturalistic vivarium because of thier bright contrasting colors of black and yellow, smallish size and arboreal habits. Jungles are generally good aggressive feeders at all ages, some adult males refusing only during breeding season and females only when gravid. However, some jungles seem to have a natural aversion for rats, refusing every attemp at trying to get them to eat one, for these mice hampsters or guinea pig make good alternative meals.
have two bloodlines available and have produced some georgous animals in
the past. This year a beautiful velvet black and lemon yellow female laid
a clutch of 11 eggs, these babies should be fantastic! It is almost impossible
to tell at hatching which babies will be keepers. Color generally takes
six months to a year to really develop. They reach there maximum brightness
at two to three years.