Python sebae

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Noun1.Python sebae - very large python of tropical and southern AfricaPython sebae - very large python of tropical and southern Africa
python - large Old World boas
genus Python - Old World boas
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(http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jzo.12554/abstract) Alexander's paper , published in the Journal of Zoology under the title "Reproductive biology and maternal care of neonates in southern African python (Python natalensis)," is based on seven years of research, during which time he tracked a total of 37 pythons in the Dinokeng Game Reserve, near Pretoria, using radio transmitters.
"In the store we have animals from across the globe - a South African Cobra, a West African python plus much more!"
The find comes 11 days after Connor and Noah Barthe, aged six and four, died in the eastern town of Campbellton, New Brunswick, Canada, when an African python escaped from its enclosure and killed them.
The find comes 11 days after Connor and Noah Barthe, aged six and four respectively, died in the eastern town of Campbellton, New Brunswick when an African python escaped from its terrarium and killed them.
Legal to Hunt: Indian python, Burmese python, reticulated python, Northern African/ rock python, Southern African python, amethystine python, scrub python, green anaconda and Nile monitor.
According to the Parks and Wildlife Act, the African python is a specially protected species valued at USUSD500 as compensation fees.
Breeding populations have been confirmed in South Florida for Burmese pythons and the boa constrictor, and there is strong evidence that the northern African python may have a breeding population in the wild as well.
It is the only educational establishment in the city to run a Student Apprenticeship in animal care, with support from among others a West African python, a chinchilla, an iguana, a pair of African grey parrots, stick insects and a Shetland pony.
TOKYO: Tokyo parents have been told to keep an eye on their babies following the escape of a 12ft African python.

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