Ben Britton: Burmese Python
Burmese pythons are native to South East Asia and they are one of the four giant snakes in the world. They live up to about 30 or 40 years and reach their maximum size around 20-25 years but continue to grow throughout the rest of their lives (though the grow rate slows down). With no fangs or venom at all, they use their power to suffocate their prey.
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