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
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The 20-inch long reticulated python was concealed inside a Bluetooth speaker.
The Reticulated Python was turned over to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) for proper handling.
"It's a reticulated python, non-venomous, mainly distributed in India, Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos, and other Southeast Asian Countries."
A 3.35-metre reticulated python was caught at the backyard of a house at Blok 5, Kg Layangan.
A tiger anthrax reticulated python cost Dh10,500 imported from the US, and it was advertised that it can be delivered straight to your door.
It was only when the "log" moved that the man discovered it was a reticulated python. Soon after being disturbed from its resting state, the snake coiled itself around the man's ankles.
It seems Atienza's dogs were the least of the pets Primo had to be worried about - he had to face a reticulated python.
A full-grown reticulated python snake, which is considered the world's longest and heaviest snake that usually constricts its prey, can weigh as much as 30 kg to 40 kg and grow as much as 17 feet to 18 feet on an average, according to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
Among other items: -- A stuffed, reticulated python peering from a log perch.
She says the lavender albino reticulated python named Eres slithered out of the bin Saturday.
A priest prayed for and sprinkled holy water on three dozen dogs of various breeds, from the smallest chihuahua to the most expensive canine, the Tibetan Mastiff, as well as a reticulated python -- one of the zoo's main attractions.