Woma Pythons (Aspidites ramsayi)
Woma Pythons usually grow to around 2 metres. They have an orange head and a light tan coloured body with darker bands.
The Woma Python inhabits South Western Queensland, Central Australia and parts of Western Australia. They will normally be seen residing in grasslands, shrubland and woodlands. They often take shelter in animal burrows where they will create a depression in the sand in which to shelter.
Primarily a reptile and mammal eater, the Woma Python on the left is hunting in a rock ledge for lizards or snakes. The Woma Python eats many species of Australia's most venomous snakes and is actually immune to venomous snake bites.
In Victoria Woma Pythons are on a Basic License.
Note: We can can freight Woma Pythons to airports serviced by Australian Air Express. All relative import/export paperwork will need to be done if applicable.Please contact us for freight costs and further information.Due to the high turnover of livestock it is advisable to call us to check current availability.
Please note prices may vary subject to the age, sex and colour of this species.