Number of prey by order (y-axis) and family (text within bars) found within stomachs of Burmese pythons (Python molurus bivittatus). Black silhouettes are a general representation of animals within each family. Asterisks indicates several unlabeled families including eight within Passeriformes (Icteridae, Troglodytidae, Cardinalidae, Corvidae, Mimidae, Parulidae, Pycnonotidae, Regulidae), three within Suliformes (Anhingidae, Fregatidae, Phalacrocoracidae), and two within Artiodactyla (Suidae, Bovidae). Data from Table 3 and Romagosa et al. (2022).

 
 
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