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Ball Python

Serpentes Python Regius


Ball pythons , also known as python regius, have long slick bodies with black and green patterns across their body.


Ball pythons are not just known for living in trees. They are also found in grasslands and savannas. They are commonly found in Africa.


Ball pythons can grow to an average length of about 2-5 feet and can weigh as mush as 5 pounds. The feed mostly on mice and small rodents, but are also known for eating other reptiles and amphibians.

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Jae 7 months ago

Hi 20cbarnabae,
Nice snake! Though this isn't a boa constrictor, but a ball python (Python regius)

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Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Lat: 38.93, Long: -77.01

Spotted on Sep 9, 2019
Submitted on Sep 9, 2019

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