Green tree python in exhibit
Green tree pythons are vivid green with a broken stripe of white or dull yellow running down their vertebrate. These snakes can reach up to seven feet long, but adults average at four feet. They spend their entire life in rainforest trees, often preying on rodents and birds while dangling from their roost, using their strong, prehensile tails as an anchor. Females typically lay six to 30 eggs per clutch.