Scientific Name: Python Bivittatus
Conservation Status: Vulnerable
Average Lifespan: 18 - 20 Years
Length: 15 - 26'
Weight: 180 - 200 Lbs
Habitat: Dry Forest and Open Grasslands
Number of Eggs: Up to 100 Eggs
Incubation Period: 60 -80 Days
They are non-venomous constrictors.
They can reach a length of 26 feet and a weight of more than 200 pounds.
A female Burmese python may lay 50 - 100 eggs and will wrap its body around the clutch to keep it warm and to defend the eggs.
Pythons have two functioning lungs and vestigial hind limbs.
Pythons can remain under water for up to 30 minutes without air.