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Australian python with a variegated pattern on its back

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The Inland Carpet Python occupies a broad range of vegetation types, including swamps, woodlands and forest (Wilson and Swan 2013).
The Carpet Python (Morelia spilota) reaches between 2 to 4 metres in length and weights up to 15 kg.
By the third session, Ruth had worked up to having an eight-foot carpet python draped over her shoulders for 10 seconds.
When snake expert Peter Morningstar was called in to remove this 7 kilogram (15.5 pound), 3 meter (10 feet)-long carpet python (Morelia spilota) from a rooftop in Brisbane, Australia, he nearly got his head chewed off.
A few times we glimpsed a pademelon -- a small, short-footed wallaby -- as it disappeared into the depths of the forest, and once we quietly passed by a carpet python lazing on the track.
However, what had bitten Richards was not a turtle, but a 1.6-meter-long carpet python.
She said her "heart stopped" when she jumped up and saw the gigantic carpet python. Shoyer gathered some strength and grabbed a nearby fishing spear to hold the reptile and toss it into an empty rubbish bin.
In October 2017, a couple of Dagestan aurochs, eared and royal pheasants, a carpet python were brought from Moscow.
And he told how a huge carpet python was found in the Bush Telegraph yesterday, moments befor the celebs were due to be called in.
Five-year-old carpet python Drago, who weighs around eight kilos, was nicked along with his 2.5ft-long pal Jasper - a royal python weighing about 1.7kgs.
Supposed pet lovers Michael Barker and Ashley Crowther, who set up and ran Reptiquatics, on Whitley Road, Whitley Bay, left bearded dragons, corn snakes, a carpet python, an iguana and a turtle on their own inside the closed store for up to seven days.
Amongst others, the new additions include Adult Carpet Python and the Amazon Tree Boas, colourful frogs like the Madagascan Day Gheko, Chinese Water Dragons and proud and impassive Iguanas.
The 18 inch carpet python - native to Australia and New Guinea - was returned to Coventry Aquatics in Daventry Road, Cheylesmore, following an appeal in the Telegraph.