About Reticulated Python
The longest snake in the world is the Reticulated Python, the longest one measured 33 feet (10m). They have heat-sensitive pits on their snouts which help them find their prey.
The female lays up to 100 eggs in a clutch. She will guard her eggs until they hatch.
Reticulated Pythons live in tropical forests throughout Southeast Asia. They are called “reticulated” because their color pattern looks like a net or mesh.