The Parody Wiki

Webpics-6.jpg

The Indian python (Python molurus) belongs to the family of snakes, Boidae, which contains the world's largest snake species including pythons, boas and anacondas. The family Boidae is further divided into several subfamilies; pythons belong to the subfamily Pythoninae. The lighter colored Indian python is native to India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal. The darker colored Burmese python ranges from Myanmar, eastward through southern Asia to southeastern China and Indonesia, excluding the island of Sumatra.

Roles

Gallery

Books

See Also