All About Reticulated Python (Profile, Characteristics and Cares)
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A Guide to Caring for Reticulated Python as Pets
The reticulated python epitomizes the saying "go big or go home" for reptile owners. The anaconda may get credit for being the world's largest snake, but the reticulated python is the world's longest snake.
Native to Asia, this snake can grow up to 30 feet or longer and weigh roughly 350 pounds. However, most reticulated pythons in captivity stay in the 10- to 20-foot range and weigh around 100 to 200 pounds; females grow larger than males.
They enjoy a range of beautiful colors, including olive green, gold, and tan, along with the diamond-like pattern from which they get their name. Perhaps the most beautiful is the albino reticulated pythons, which can be white, lavender, and purple.
As pets, they can be somewhat feisty and aren't recommended for beginners. In terms of care, be prepared to spend several hours per week keeping the snake's environment clean, maintaining the heat and humidity levels, and feeding a balanced diet.
Enjoy The Video Tutorial about The Reticulated Pythons
Source: Thunder's Slythering Dragons
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