The reticulated python is the largest snake in the world. However, most often pythons are brown. Californian Jay Brewer shows the world a unique rainbow reticulated python.
The reticulated python is the longest and safest snake in the world. This is one of the heaviest snakes and the cutest. They are distributed in Asia, America, Borneo, Sulawesi, and the southern islands. These snakes live near rivers and lakes.
Reticulated pythons are distinguished by a complex pattern on the body. They usually have a brown color with a rainbow tint. But have you ever met a blue rainbow reticulated python?
Jay Brewer, director of the Snakes and Reptiles Park in California, owns a very unusual python. This is not a rainbow snake, as you thought. They are much smaller and do not have white edging on the lips. In front of us is a reticulated white-lipped rainbow python named Samantha.
The amazing beauty of the snake is unique. She is very big for her kind and very kind. Samantha simply adores her owner Jay Brewer.