Reticulated Python | Zoo Minutes

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One of the largest snakes in the world is the reticulated python. Lengths of up to 32 feet have been documented for this large snake. These large snakes also eat large animals such as deer, wild boar, goats and even leopards. Their natural habitat is found in Southeast Asia, but this snake is considered rare and even endangered in some areas because of the destruction of their habitat such as deforestation.