Green Tree Pythons are found in New Guinea and eastern Indonesia. They are bright green as adults and bright yellow, red, or red-brown as juveniles. Diurnal as juveniles and nocturnal as adults. Mostly eat small mammals and reptiles. They eat in their branch and use gravity to their advantage. They have tiny, fragile discolored tails that act like worms and lure prey. They can start to breed at 2, and don’t have a specific breeding season. I feel as if in a thousand years, if they aren’t extinct, there will be few in the wild and they will be younger, and smaller. I say this because of the fact that they will probably not make it to adulthood and start to take breeding behaviors sooner. This will cause them to have lighter colors and they will be smaller. I think climate change will completely change the look of these creatures.
Thank you for your interest in contacting Future Engineers. We look forward to connecting with you!