what is a python’s physical characteristics?

the largest snake in the world



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    The physical characteristics of the python would be things like how it looks, how long it is, its shape, and what it weighs, or other things that can give a physical description of the python. Here is a picture of a burmese python to help you out.


    While pythons seem to have the world record for length, the anaconda seems to be the most massive snake, able to obtain a grith similar to that of an adult human.

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    Pythons are a family of non-venomous snakes found in Africa, Asia, and Australia. All pythons kill their prey by a process known as constriction. After an animal has been grasped to restrain it, a number of coils are hastily wrapped around it. Then by applying sufficient pressure, the prey eventually succumbs due to asphyxiation. They are legless, carnivorous reptiles covered in overlapping scales. Many species have skulls with many joints, enabling them to swallow prey much larger than their heads. The skeleton of pythons mainly consists of skull, hyoid, vertebral column and ribs. 

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