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The Python is a nonvenomous snakes. They are colored yellow to brown, with organic patterns. They have triangle shaped heads, with curved teeth. They attack by ambushing their prey, wrapping around and squeezing them to death. Some pythons can be awake day or night. When it’s time for the python to sleep, it usually finds a dead tree or a rock it can sleep under. In a few thousand years, when the air might be more polluted, the python has adapted to live mostly underground and underwater, it’s body evolved to breathe oxygen from the water and dirt, feeding off of insects and small reptiles. They learned how to swim better and faster, and can stay underwater for more than 2 hours. They no longer have any shapes on their skin, they only have gradients of yellow, brown, and green.