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Australian Pythons



Pythons

Children's python
(Antaresia childreni)
Children's python
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Pygmy python
(Antaresia perthensis)
Pygmy python
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Spotted Python
(Antaresia maculosa)
Spotted Python
Spotted pythons are sometimes sold in the reptile pet trade. This snake has an irregular, blotched pattern. The background colour is cream to yellowish brown with ragged-edged blotches of dark brown that merge to form wavy streaks. The blotches have... Click to continue>
Stimson's Python
(Antaresia stimsoni)
Stimson's Python
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Black-headed Python
(Aspidites melanocephalus)
Black-headed Python
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Woma Python
(Aspidites ramsayi)
Woma Python
The Woma Python has an orange head and a light tan coloured body with darker bands. According to the book "Pythons of Australia", by Brian Kend, Womas from Western Australia and the Northern Territory tend to have a cream to yellow background with... Click to continue>
D'alberti's Python
(Leiopython albertisii)
D'alberti's Python
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Olive Python
(Liasis olivaceus)
Olive Python
The Olive Python ranges in colour from olive green to chocolate brown. The underside of this snake is usually cream in color. Click to continue>
Amythystine Python
(Morelia amethistina)
Amythystine Python
The Amythystine Python or Scrub Python is the largest snake in Australia. This huge snake has been known to eat mammals as large as wallabies and kangaroos. It looks like a giant Carpet Python. It has large square plates (scales) on top of their... Click to continue>
Carpet Python
(Morelia spilota)
Carpet Python
The Carpet Python or Diamond Python is a large snake. The colour and pattern vary greatly. Eastern populations are pale or dark brown to olive-green, with irregular dark-edged cream to pale yellowish blotches. Other populations can be grey or... Click to continue>
Centralian Carpet Python
(Morelia bredli)
Centralian Carpet Python
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Coastal Carpet Python
(Morelia spilota mcdowelli)
Coastal Carpet Python
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Diamond Python
(Morelia spilota spilota)
Diamond Python
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Green Python
(Morelia viridis)
Green Python
The Green Python has a thick body and typical python head shape. Adults are an iridescent green, but juvenile snakes are often a bright yellow colour. Click to continue>
Inland Carpet Python
(Morelia spilota metcalfei)
Inland Carpet Python
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Jungle Carpet python
(Morelia spilota cheynei)
Jungle Carpet python
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Northwestern Carpet Python
(Morelia spilota variegata)
Northwestern Carpet Python
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Southwestern Carpet Python
(Morelia spilota imbricata)
Southwestern Carpet Python
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