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Burmese Python / Muntiacus

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Burmese Python / Muntiacus

The Burmese python, also known as Python bivittatus, is a giant snake that inhabits the tropical forests of Asia, from India to Indonesia. This species is known to be an opportunistic predator and can consume a wide variety of prey, including birds, mammals, and reptiles.

In this case, we're talking about a Burmese python gobbling up a muntiacus, also known as a mouse deer. The muntiacus is a small deer that inhabits the forests of Southeast Asia and is one of the most common prey items for Burmese pythons.

When a Burmese python catches prey, it first immobilizes it with its strength and constriction. Then, it begins to gobble it up alive, using its flexible jaw and great ability to stretch its body to accommodate the prey. During the process of swallowing, the Burmese python can take several hours to complete the process, since it must ensure that the prey is in its stomach.

It is important to note that Burmese pythons are dangerous predators and should be treated with caution and respect. In many cases, Burmese pythons have attacked and killed humans, so it is important to keep a safe distance if you encounter one in the wild.

Approximate measurements of the replica:

  • Scale 1:24 - 54 x 25 x 31 mm H
  • Scale 1:10 - 128 x 58 x 72 mm H