It's a non-venomous snake 27 feet long in the Pythonidae family found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Australia.
You’ll find the Reticulated Python in South and Southeast Asia, but as the world’s longest snake kept in captivity
The ophidian has been known to grow as much as 30feet long, and can only be found in South Africa.
This non-venomous species is found in tropical and subtropical regions of India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.
It's one of the longest and largest species of snakes to slither this Earth, up to 23 feet long and 350 pounds.
The longest venomous snake there is in the world, King Cobras have an average length of anywhere from 10 to 13 feet.
The African Rock Python has been known to reach lengths of up to 16 feet long and is native to sub-Saharan Africa.
These large snakes native to sub-Saharan Africa actually aren’t black in color, they mature and grow beyond six feet.
It's a lengthy, non-venomous, and heavy snake typically found in captivity. It's one of the largest snakes in the world.
Native to the dense forest areas of Papua New Guinea, is rather elusive,grows to about 13 feet long.