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Dog Missing Family Finds Python Resting Behind Their Door Step. watch video

Caught on camera! Family finds a 20-foot-long snake upstairs while looking for dog.

Dog Missing, Family Finds Python Resting Behind Their Door Step;

  • Python is a genus of constricting snakes in the Pythonidae family native to the tropics and subtropics of the Eastern Hemisphere.
  • The name Python was proposed by François Marie Daudin in 1803 for non-venomous flecked snakes. Currently, 10 python species are recognized as valid taxa. 
  • Their life span is 30years.

Family Lure snake outside with a rabbit. Snake eats rabbit, swims in pool, then finally goes away.

❤ Points in video: Jaws of snakes do not dislocate. An enduring myth is the jaws of snakes detach from the skull. They stay connected. However, as seen in video the two lower jaws move unaidedly  of one another.

Dog Missing Family Finds Python
Dog Missing, Family Finds Python Resting Behind Their Door Step. watch video

Unlike mammalian jaws which are built for chewing, a snake’s jaws are connected with tendons, ligaments, and hinge joints that gives their skulls a gymnast’s flexibility.

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