White Lipped Python

White Lipped Python

Sex: Male

Latin name: Bothrochilus albertisii

The White Lipped Python, also known as the D'Albert's water python, or the D'Albertis python.

Native Home: White Lipped Python found in most of New Guinea.

Size:  White Lipped Python adults grow to an average of about 6–7 ft in total length.

Diet: White Lipped Pythons eat a range of small-sized to medium-sized birds and mammals.

Reproduction: White Lipped Python females lay a clutch of about a dozen eggs. They hatch in about 60 days.

Lifespan:  White Lipped Pythons can live 20 years or more.