Indian rock python is a python with a length of about 3m in an adult and has a predatory behavior, chasing prey, is it safe for kittens to be noticed by pythons?
An Indian rock python (Scientific name: Python molurus) has quietly approached the group of kittens shivering in the cave, the young and small kittens become the target for many other predators.
However, the mother cat has extremely sharp senses, they have sensed the danger and immediately called for help.
The mother cat slowly approached the position of the rock python with its wide mouth open to attack the threatening cats, 4 fierce eyes looked at each other, the mother cat “hit” the rock python’s face with its front paw, making it angry. attack. Even so, the mother cat is not risky because the enemy is also a dangerous carnivore that the cat will normally avoid when encountering pythons.
In an emergency, a resident immediately encountered a dangerous scene, he quickly pulled the giant python’s tail and “evicted” it into the forest, then took the cat’s mother and daughter to another place safer to avoid. enemy gaze.
The African rock python is the largest snake on the continent. This giant python is extremely strong and aggressive, ready to attack large prey moving before their eyes, including humans. This giant python is extremely aggressive and often destroys its prey by squeezing and swallowing it.
African rock pythons are considered predatory and very aggressive. They often attack humans. Every year there are hundreds of records of rock pythons attacking people and there are also many cases of them swallowing children, even adults.