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Retic Python (Python reticulatus)
Extremely large: typically grows to between 15-20 feet in length and weights 70-100 pounds though can grow to over 30 feet in length and weigh between 200-250 pounds. Tan to purplish-brown; yellow or white belly; orange eyes; highly iridescent. Geometric pattern incorporating many different colors; series of irregular diamond shapes positioned along back flanked with smaller markings and light center creating netlike pattern. Unmarked yellowish head with dark, thin line running from each eye to jaws. Big head distinctly wider than neck.
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Dwarf Python (Python anchietae)
The dwarf python has a broad head and small, tubercular head shields. Its upper lip has five heat-sensitive labial pits. Its body scales are small, smooth and in 57 to 61 rows. The dwarf python's head has a large, triangular reddish-brown mark that is bordered by a white, black-edged band. Its body is pale red-brown, with black-edged, white spots and bands. Its belly is yellowish with a few brown spots.
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Burmese Python / Asiatic Rock Python (Python molurus bivittatus)
Order: Squamata, Family: Pythonidae
The Burmese python is the largest subspecies of the Indian python. Large and muscular, this python species typically grows to 18 to 33 feet in length and weighs between 200 and 300 pounds. The Burmese python is uniformly pale tan, yellow-brown or gray with reddish-brown blotches outlined in cream or gold. It has a yellow or white belly, and orange eyes with vertical pupils and no eyelids. The Burmese python's large head is distinctly wider than its neck.
Rate:  (2.6)

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