भारतीय अजिङ्गर, पाइथन मोलुरस
अजिङ्गर वा पाइथनिदे छगू विष मदुगु सर्पतेगु परिवार ख। थ्व सर्प अफ्रिका, एसिया व अस्ट्रेलियाय् खने दु। थ्व परिवार दुने हलिमया दक्ले तधंगु सर्पत ला। आतक्क थ्व परिवारय् ८गु जेनस व २६गु प्रजातित लुयावगु दु।
The Pythonidae are distinguished from the family Boidae (boas) by the fact that they have teeth on the premaxilla: a small bone at the very front and center of the upper jaw. Most species have rows of heat-sensing organs between the sublabial scales: labial pits. Although not as well developed as the loreal pits of the subfamily Crotalinae (pitvipers), these organs enable the snakes to detect objects that are hotter than the surrounding environment, and enable hunting to take place in total darkness, such as inside caves.
Some species exhibit vestigial bones of the pelvis and rear legs, which are externally apparent in the form of a pair of anal spurs on each side of the cloaca. These spurs are larger in males than females, and are used by the male to grip and/or stimulate the female during copulation. Male of certain species occasionally cause spur related injuries to each other during territorial combat, and though more likely to be incidental than intentional, some captured specimens have shown multiple episodes of scarring from such injuries.
Color patterns vary from striking to nondescript brown or olive. It usually reflects appropriate camouflage for the native habitat. Even within a given species, there may be enormous differences in coloration and pattern in different parts of the geographic range.
In the United States, a population of Burmese pythons, Python molurus bivittatus, has existed as an invasive species in the Everglades National Park since the late 1990s, which has damaged the local ecosystem. More than 300 have been removed. They are not native to the south Floridian marshlands, but have been deposited there by pet owners who no longer wished to care for them and also did not want to euthanize them. Scientists believe that the snakes are a grave threat to nearly every species of animal in the Everglades, including alligators. There have been several accounts of python vs. alligator encounters there, including one in the fall of 2005 between a 13 foot (4 m) python and a six foot (1.8 m) gator that proved fatal for both. The two were found with the alligator's body protruding from a tear in the snake's body.
थ्व प्राणीयात मनुतेसं यक्व स्यायेगु या। अतः, भारतीय पाइथन पाइथन मोलुरस थें न्यागु प्राणीत आ म्हो जुया वना च्वंगु दु।
Ambush predators, they typically remain motionless in a camouflaged position and then strike suddenly at passing prey. They will generally not attack humans unless startled or provoked, although females protecting their eggs can be aggressive. Large adult specimens can kill people. Unsuspecting children can and have become prey and swallowed whole after being suffocated. Reports of attacks on human beings were once more common in South and Southeast Asia, but are now quite rare.
Prey is killed by a process known as constriction; after an animal has been grasped to restrain it, a number of coils are hastily wrapped around it. Then, by applying and maintaining sufficient pressure to prevent it from inhaling, the prey eventually succumbs due to asphyxiation. It has recently been suggested that the pressures produced during constriction cause cardiac arrest by interfering with blood flow, but this hypothesis has not yet been confirmed. As opposed to popular belief, prey is not crushed; even when constricting normal sized prey, sufficient pressure to break bones is almost certainly never applied.
Larger specimens usually eat animals about the size of a house cat, but larger food items are not unknown: some large Asian species have been known to take down adult Deer, and the African rock python, Python sebae, has been known to eat Gazelle). Prey is swallowed whole, and may take anywhere from several days or even weeks to fully digest. Despite their intimidating size and muscular power, they are generally not dangerous to humans.
थ्व परिवारया यक्व प्रजातित एक्जोटिक पाल्तुया कथं बनेज्या जुगु खने दु। अथे जुसां थ्व परिवारया तधंगु प्राणीत लहिनिबिले होस तय् मा। थ्व परिवारया तधंगु प्राणीतेसं थगु मालिकयात स्यागु प्रमाणत खंगु दु।
|Species||Authority||Species||Subsp.*||Common name||Geographic range|
|Antaresia||Wells & Wellington, 1984||4||0||Australia in arid and tropical regions.|
|Apodora||Kluge, 1993||1||0||Papuan python||Most of New Guinea, from Misool to Fergusson Island.|
|Aspidites||Peters, 1877||2||0||Australia except in the south of the country.|
|Bothrochilus||Fitzinger, 1843||1||0||Bismark ringed python||The islands of the Bismark Archipelago, including Umboi, New Britain, Gasmata (off the southern coast), Duke of York and nearby Mioko, New Ireland and nearby Tatau (off the east coast), the New Hanover Islands and Nissan Island.|
|Leiopython||Hubrecht, 1879||1||0||D'Albert's water python||Most of New Guinea (below 1200 m), including the islands of Salawati and Biak, Normanby, Mussau, as well as a few islands in the Torres Strait.|
|Liasis||Gray, 1842||3||2||Indonesia in the Lesser Sunda Islands, east through New Guinea and in northern and western Australia.|
|Morelia||Gray, 1842||7||5||From Indonesia in the Maluku Islands, east through New Guinea, including the Bismark Archipelago and in Australia.|
|PythonT||Daudin, 1803||7||4||Pythons||Africa in the tropics south of the Sahara (not including southern and extreme southwestern Madagascar), Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, the Nicobar Islands, Myanmar, Indochina, southern China, Hong Kong, Hainan, the malayan region of Indonesia and the Philippines.|
अजिङ्गरत बोआनाप मेमेगु सर्प वा प्राणीत नाप स्वया अप्व मिलेजु। छुं वैज्ञानिक कथं अजिङ्गरत बोआ परिवारया उप-परिवार ख।
Green tree python,
Albino Burmese python,
Python molurus bivittatus
Python breitensteini .jpg
Borneo short-tailed python,
Python curtus breitensteini
- McDiarmid RW, Campbell JA, Touré T. 1999. Snake Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference, vol. 1. Herpetologists' League. 511 pp. ISBN 1-893777-00-6 (series). ISBN 1-893777-01-4 (volume).
- Pythonidae. Integrated Taxonomic Information System.
- Huge, Freed Pet Pythons Invade Florida Everglades at http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/ National Geographic News. Accessed 16 September 2007.
- The Keeping of Large Pythons at Anapsid. Accessed 16 September 2007.
|विकिमिडिया मंका य् थ्व विषय नाप स्वापु दुगु मिडिया दु: Pythonidae|