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Q: Reptiles ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Reptiles
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: nez171-ga
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Posted: 12 Nov 2005 14:19 PST
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Question ID: 592309
Average age of the Green Tree Python, and where are they on the food
chain - does anyhting eat them?
Subject: Re: Reptiles
Answered By: tlspiegel-ga on 13 Nov 2005 09:01 PST
Hi nez171,

Thank you for your question.

In captivity, the Green Tree Python (Morelia viridis) can live
anywhere from 15 - 25 years if fed an appropriate diet, and lives
under ideal conditions.  In captivity it has no predators.

In the wild, they can live about the same length of time:  15 - 20 years.

They do have predators - such as any predatory bird (birds of prey),
monitors (lizards), ophiophagus (snakes that eat other snakes).

Food chain: somewhere in the middle.  They can take out frogs, small
mammals, bugs, insects, and birds.


I called the owner of Regal

425 Washington Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903

phone#: 401-277-9000 


Best regards,
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