Raising up to 8 years, the man lost all his pythons in just 1 day: What is the reason?
Recently, on April 11, 2022, a Facebook account named Eugene Korobko living in Chernihiv province of Ukraine posted an image that attracted the attention of many people, specifically, it had more than 1,000 shares. Share posts after only 12 hours.
The pythons died due to the sudden drop in temperature. Photo: Eugene Korobko
According to the person who posted the photo, he lost all his pythons in 8 years (about 20 dozen) and his passion in just 1 day. To make matters worse, five or six female pythons among them were in gestation.
Sharing the reason for this incident, Eugene said that in the place where he lived, there was a loss of electricity and heat due to bombing, causing the temperature to drop to 6 degrees Celsius. This causes thermogenic creatures or cold-blooded animals ( Endothermic Animal) like python cannot be adapted.
Some pictures of pythons before they died.
Eugene Korobko – owner of pythons.
The pythons have very beautiful and diverse patterns. Photo: Eugene Korobko
The pythons in the picture are species carpet python (science name: Morelia spilota), non-venomous – a species of python found in Australia, New Guinea (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea), the Bismarck Islands and the northern Solomon Islands.
This is a large python species, the length can reach from 2 to 4 m, weighs nearly 15 kg. They have the conspicuous feature of a triangular head with a heat-sensitive nostril. This python species is loved by reptile enthusiasts because of its diverse and beautiful patterns.
There are also blood pythons (scientific name: Python brongersmai). This is a species of python with a size of about 91 – 180 cm, the largest individual is 240 cm long. This python species is also distributed in Vietnam, southern Thailand, Sumatra islands, Java…
Besides, there are also 2 spotted pythons (scientific name: Antaresia maculosa) – a species of python found in Australia and New Guinea, their average length is 100 – 140 cm, the largest individual recorded long about 180 cm.
Pythons have high requirements for temperature, they only grow well from 25 – 30°C, humidity is about 60% and need heating when the temperature is lower than 20 degrees C, otherwise they will not eat and if the temperature below 10 degrees Celsius, the python will freeze to death.
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