Python reticulatus, also known as the (Asiatic) reticulated python, is a species of python found in Southeast Asia. Adults can grow to m ( ft) in length but. Large snakes which can grow to almost 10 m, making them one of the largest snakes in the world. They are yellow or brown with rhomboidal dark markings. Python reticulatus is native to southeastern Asia and western Bangladesh to south eastern Vietnam and on the Indo-Pacific islands west of New Guinea.
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ZFMK [saputrai] Holotype: A genus of pythonine snakes, of large to gigantic broghamerus adult total length reportedly to 10 m. Differentiated from Python s.
This species is commercially exploited for the skin trade. From Im to Malaysia and Indonesia exported 1,03 and broguammerus, wild pythons, respectively, just for the fashion industry!
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Reticulated Python, Broghammerus reticulatus, longest snake in the world.
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