While a big eater, the 15-foot python is not considered remarkably large. Some have been found longer than 18 feet.
While a big eater, the 15-foot python is not considered remarkably large. Some have been found longer than 18 feet. Scott Boback Dickinson College
While a big eater, the 15-foot python is not considered remarkably large. Some have been found longer than 18 feet. Scott Boback Dickinson College

Python big gulp: Three whole Everglades deer in one big snake belly

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