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Species page for: Sawu Python(Liasis mackloti savuensis)


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A brief snippet about Sawu python (Liasis mackloti savuensis)

A brief introduction to the species will be inserted here ..... coming soon! In the interim we have a number of links on the species, listed on this page.

 




 
Natural Habitat
Fact Sheet - VPI

Common name: Sawu python Scientific name: Liasis mackloti savuensis Other common names: Savu python General Description: These are small round-bodied pythons, the heads are only slightly wider than the neck. Adults females are uniformly dark snakes, most adult males are peppered with dark and pale scales. Adults have stark white eyes. Hatchlings and juveniles are patternless, very pretty pale orange snakes that appear quite different from the adults.


 
Captive Care
Centralpets - Care sheet

The Sawu Python is a popular species for snake keepers. Their small size and ease of care makes them a highly desired snake. They are also quite beautiful and docile. The Sawu Python is a great pet for both experienced and beginning hobbyist.


 
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Select Captive Bred.com - Southeast Michigan.

Select Captive Bred is the result of two friends, Nate Oswald and Donn Stroud, seeking to produce the best and brightest captive bred specimens available. We are not a large operation by any means, so availability is small and limited in quantity. The animals available are the result of successful pairing of animals within our individual collections.


 
Pictures
Centralpets

Photos on this page are contributed by visitors to this site. If you have a good quality photo of this animal, feel free to submit it using the link above. Your photos help to educate others about this animal.

GLK Herp - Photo By: George Knaack


 
More Info.
Henry Piorun Reptiles - Savu Python Page

Savu Python was first discovered a few years ago in 1993. Also known as the Sawu Python, it originates from the island of Sawu which lies off the southwest coast of New Guinea, a tiny island of just a 160 square miles. The Savu Python is found no where else, therefore it has the smallest geographical distribution of any python species.

Whozoo.org

Savu Pythons are sometimes very hard to find in the wild because they like to hide beneath rocks and shrubs. They need some type of bedding to lie on, something they are able to "hide" themselves in or under, but they need easy access to water. As hatchlings and juveniles, the pythons will eat small fuzzy mice and as they get older the food will progress to small rats and sometimes medium size rats.


 

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