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  • Scientific Names
    • Broghammerus reticulatus
    • Boa phrygia
    • Boa reticulata
    • Boa rhombeata
    • Broghammerus reticulatus dalegibbonsi
    • Broghammerus reticulatus euanedwardsi
    • Broghammerus reticulatus haydnmacphiei
    • Broghammerus reticulatus neilsonnemani
    • Broghammerus reticulatus patrickcouperi
    • Coluber javanicus
    • Morelia reticulatus
    • Python reticulatus
    • Python schneideri
    • Python schneiderii
  • English
    • Reticulated Python
  • German
    • Netzpython
  • Spanish
    • Pitón reticulada

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Recent observations

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What

Reticulated Python Broghammerus reticulatus

Observer

maractwin

Date

May 28, 2014 05:38 AM EDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Reticulated Python Broghammerus reticulatus

Observer

michaela

Date

April 29, 2013 04:40 PM HKT

Description

Apparently a baby python crossing the path behind my house to eventually hide between the roots of a large bamboo plant.

Photos / Sounds

What

Malayopython reticulatus Broghammerus reticulatus

Observer

hari2

Date

November 20, 2008 09:41 PM IST

Place

Great Nicobar, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India (Google, OSM)

Description

Reticulated python

Photos / Sounds

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What

Reticulated Python Broghammerus reticulatus

Observer

jeisson

Date

July 2, 2011

Place

BORNEO (Google, OSM)
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Description from Wikipedia

Python reticulatus, also known as the (Asiatic) reticulated python, is a species of python found in Southeast Asia. Adults can grow to 6.95 m (22.8 ft) in length but normally grow to an average of 3–6 m (10–20 ft). They are the world's longest snakes and longest reptile, but are not the most heavily built. Like all pythons, they are nonvenomous constrictors and normally not considered dangerous to humans. Although large specimens are powerful enough to kill an adult human,...

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