Pythonidae: Morelia, Python reticulatus, Morelia spilota, Python molurus, Python regius, Python sebae, Leiopython, Morelia viridis

 
9781155953946: Pythonidae: Morelia, Python reticulatus, Morelia spilota, Python molurus, Python regius, Python sebae, Leiopython, Morelia viridis
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Morelia, Python reticulatus, Morelia spilota, Python molurus, Python regius, Python sebae, Leiopython, Morelia viridis, Aspidites ramsayi, Antaresia stimsoni, Morelia spilota cheynei, Python sebae natalensis, Python curtus, Aspidites melanocephalus, Morelia spilota spilota, Liasis olivaceus, Morelia spilota imbricata, Morelia amethistina, Python curtus brongersmai, List of pythonid species and subspecies, Morelia oenpelliensis, Liasis fuscus, Bothrochilus, Morelia spilota variegata, Morelia boeleni, Python curtus breitensteini, Apodora, Antaresia perthensis, Python anchietae, Liasis mackloti, Antaresia maculosa, Python timoriensis, Morelia spilota mcdowelli, Morelia carinata, Morelia bredli, Liasis olivaceus barroni, Morelia spilota metcalfei, Liasis mackloti savuensis. Excerpt: Python reticulatus, also known as the (Asiatic) reticulated python is a species of python found in Southeast Asia. Adults can grow to over 28 feet (8.7 m) in length but normally grow to an average of 10-20 feet. They are the world's longest snakes and longest reptile, but are not the most heavily built. Like all pythons, they are nonvenomous constrictors and normally not considered dangerous to humans. Although large specimens are powerful enough to kill an adult human, attacks are only occasionally reported. An excellent swimmer, Python reticulatus has been reported far out at sea and has colonized many small islands within its range. The specific name is Latin meaning net-like, or reticulated, and is a reference to the complex color pattern. P. reticulatusAdults can grow to a length of more than 28.5 feet (8.7 m) and are the world's longest snakes. However, they are relatively slim for their length and are certainly not the most heavily built. The species Eunectes murinus, the green anaconda, may be heavier. The largest individual ever acc...

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