Python Facts: Pythons are one of the largest snakes. Unlike many other snake species, pythons don’t produce venom - they are non-venomous snakes. Pythons live in the tropical areas of Africa and Asia. They can be found in rainforests, savannas and deserts. A lot of people keep them as pets. Pythons don’t attack humans, unless they are provoked or stressed. Size of the prey determines the time needed for digestion. Bigger prey can keep the snake satiated for weeks or months. Pythons eat 4-5 times per year.
That said, we do have a resident python at the Let Them Village. It has been sighted by numerous people going about it's business. Opinions are divided on what to do about it. We are "generally" of the mind that we should let it do it's thing as it is a rightful inhabitant of the area and has so far let people go about their business without harassing them. We all share this planet after all. What do you think should be done?