Albino Burmese Python

Python bivittatus

Life expectancy: Average 20 years
Habitat: Inhabits grasslands, swamps, marshes; Native to tropic and sub tropic Southern and Southeast Asia.
Hatched: 2006

Characteristics: Can weigh up to 200 pounds, Carnivore

Fun Facts About Burmese Pythons

  • The Burmese Python is also called the Indian Python.
  • They are about 2 feet long when hatched.
  • Young Burmese Pythons can be aggressive, but older ones tend to be calmer.
  • The Burmese Python is one of the few snakes that cares for its eggs by coiling around them during the incubation period which lasts 2 months. This maternal care protects and warms the eggs. Muscle spasms in the mother will produce some heat to warm the eggs.
  • This is an arboreal snake, spending much of its time in tree branches.
  • The Albino Burmese Python is also known as the Caramel Burmese Python.