The Burmese python (Python bivittatus) is one of the five largest species of snakes in the world (about the fourth-largest as measured either by length or weight). It is native to a large area of tropical South and Southeast Asia.Until 2009, it was considered a subspecies of Python molurus, but now is recognized as belonging to a distinct species.. They are often found near water, marshy type Family: Pythonidae.
Distribution and habitat. Pythons are found in sub-Saharan Africa, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Burma, southern China, Southeast Asia, and from the Philippines southeast through Indonesia to New Guinea and Australia.. In the United States, an introduced population of Burmese pythons, Python molurus bivittatus, has existed as an invasive species in the Everglades National Park since the late 1990s.Class: Reptilia.
Bounty hunters and biologists wade deep into the Everglades to wrestle with the invasion of giant pythons threatening the state's wetlands who has led his minders to 18 adult Burmese pythons.
An adult yellow anaconda has a length between 10 and 15 feet and weighs up to 60 kg. They eat rabbits, rats, small birds, deer and pigs. After having a big meal, Burmese pythons can live for months without food. 2 Reticulated Python. It is also the largest of all known species of pythons in the world. This giant snake gains a weight up.