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Old 01-11-2007, 02:31 PM   #1
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THIS IS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. NOTICE THE SIZE OF THE SNAKE AS IT PULLS THE KANGAROO OUT OF THE WATER

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.. thats a big snake.. i wonder if he would make a good pet..
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.. thats a big snake.. i wonder if he would make a good pet..
and he does.. its an Olive Python.. and they make great pets.. average size 2.5meters but have been recorded as long as 14meters.. that like 42 freakin feet long...
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that's a big freakin' snake......


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My snake at home is almost that long..........he is only like 5 ft. right now.
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thats a strong motha fuka too.. just grabs the kangaroo by the face and says you're (just for you guy that was talking your ur you're with me) coming with me .
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and he does.. its an Olive Python.. and they make great pets.. average size 2.5meters but have been recorded as long as 14meters.. that like 42 freakin feet long...
are you sure that's an olive python? 2.5 and 14 meters seems like a rather drastic difference between average and biggest lengths
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are you sure that's an olive python? 2.5 and 14 meters seems like a rather drastic difference between average and biggest lengths

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The Olive Python is one of Australia's largest snakes, being exceeded in length only by Liasis (=Python) oenpelliensis and Liasis amethystinus (The Scrub Python). It has a long head distinct from neck, body long but robust and loose-skinned, (Gow 1976). Dorsally its colour is generally drab olive green to pale fawn or rich brown, merging on the lower scale rows with the creamy white ventral surface. The lips are cream in colour, finely dotted with pale grey or brown.

The scalation is smooth with 65-75 mid-body rows, 345-370 ventrals, a single and 95-110 mainly divided subcaudals. The Olive Python averages 2.5 metres in length but specimens over four metres have been recorded.
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alittle more info from some snake people on that pic...
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