Size: This snake can weigh up to 200 lbs. with lengths of up to 20 ft.
Physical characteristics: The Burmese python is the largest subspecies of the Indian Python and one of the 6 biggest snakes in the world. Females are the larger of the two sexes and often have different coloration and a smaller head relative to the body. The body of a Burmese python is long and thin and has large, reddish blotches outlined in cream or gold. Basic body color can be pale tan, yellowish-brown, or gray. They have no eyelids, but do have a thin membrane covering as protection.
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Animal Omnibus: Burmese python