You can use arrow keys to navigate in the map.
Explicit is better than implicit.
Simple is better than complex.
Complex is better than complicated.
Sparse is better than dense.
You can tell if a variable is an int/string/unicode
Exception handler is not "eval"
People actually use it, so pypi is more up to date and with new things coming on more frequent than CPAN.
It took Python an entire version to figure out that Print is a function. Perl5 is faster than CPython, and has been for ages. Perl6 presents an extremely robust object model, and is far and away more expressive than Python2/3, and ties in with LLVM.
Python is general-purpose programming language. Perl is "practical extraction and reporting" language. It's like replacement for *sh for scripting with integrated sed, awk, grep. It's a glue for Unix world. For this purpose Perl is more concise and convenient.