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African rock python

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10 Comments

Hema
Hema 7 years ago

It is amazing that the snake can gobble up something so big.

DudleyVenner
DudleyVenner 7 years ago

Thanks Jemma, i actually have a pic of one of our male Suni in my spottings, also known as "livingstones antelope"

Hema
Hema 7 years ago

http://thewebsiteofeverything.com/animal...
found a description of Suni.
Suni's are easily detecteble because they communicate mainly thru smell with their herd.they also leave scent on trees. Snakes have a sharp sense of smell.

Hema
Hema 7 years ago

What is a suni?
BTW ,Welcome to Project Noah!

DudleyVenner
DudleyVenner 7 years ago

My worry is that it got one of our Suni, looks about the right size. We don't have many on the property and we are trying to grow their numbers!

Hema
Hema 7 years ago

The African rock python feeds on a variety of large rodents, monkeys, warthog, antelopes, fruit bats, monitor lizards and even crocodiles in forest areas and on rats, poultry, dogs and goats in suburban areas.[

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 7 years ago

Sometimes it is better not to know, Ashley... :-)

AshleyT
AshleyT 7 years ago

Awesome find! Pictures like this always make me wonder what they just made a meal of!

DudleyVenner
DudleyVenner 7 years ago

lol yes and the middle of the road is not the best!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

Hmm.. looking for somewhere safe and warm to digest dinner I think. Good spotting.

DudleyVenner
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Sifundza seLubombo, Swaziland

Spotted on Nov 8, 2013
Submitted on Dec 10, 2013

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