reticulated python


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Noun1.reticulated python - of southeast Asia and East Indiesreticulated python - of southeast Asia and East Indies; the largest snake in the world
python - large Old World boas
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The zoo's reticulated python has also laid a clutch of eggs that are currently in an incubator.
The 23-foot-long snake called JF is a reticulated python - the longest species of snake in the world - and tips the scale at around 60 kilograms.
The rules would also apply to reticulated python, green anaconda, Beni anaconda and DeSchauensee's anaconda.
the reticulated python is the longest recorded snake, measuring 30ft long - that's five George Clooneys
Eugene police officers were surprised Thursday night to find a 4-foot to 6-foot-long reticulated python wrapped around the torso of a University of Oregon student during a traffic stop near Autzen Stadium, police spokeswoman Melinda McLaughlin said.
The visitors will be able to see the Burmese python, green anaconda, reticulated python and sand boa along with the regular activities of the zoo.
Legal to Hunt: Indian python, Burmese python, reticulated python, Northern African/ rock python, Southern African python, amethystine python, scrub python, green anaconda and Nile monitor.
The reticulated python weighs in at about 90kg and is thought to be the biggest snake in Britain.
The reticulated python weighs in at about 90kg (14st 2lbs) and is thought to be the biggest snake in Britain.
Even the few, brave readers who suffer from a fear of snakes were amazed by the beauty of these photos--that is, until they came across the photo supposedly showing a person being eaten by a giant reticulated python.
When they opened up a package marked "fragile" they found a rare albino reticulated python.
Wyatt noted that the Columbus Zoo acquired their most popular exhibit, a reticulated python named Fluffy, from a USARK member.