Hey everyone. A slightly random question here. While I find it somewhat adorable, does anyone know why woma pythons wriggle their tails? Is there any reason at all? I don't think I've ever seen my carpet pythons behave in such a manner. I know some snakes may wriggle their tail as a lure to attract their prey, but the womas just seem to do it anytime, especially when someone or something touches them. Do other species wriggle their tail in a similar fashion?