Which is the world’s longest snake?

 Reticulated pythons are the world’s longest snakes. This snake is relatively slender, and characterized by an attractive pattern on its body. The reticulated python can be found in variety of habitats, including open wood-lands, dense forest, rocky areas, lakes, rivers and swamps. This species is rarely found far away from fresh water. The snake can attain considerable bulk and size. Some specimens weigh over 136 kilogrammes and are ten metres long, making it the world’s longest snake.

Reticulated pythons devour large variety of prey. Warm blooded creatures like waterfowl, nesting birds and small to medium sized animals as well as pigs, dogs, goats, large deer, and occasionally human being are included in its diet. The size of the prey depends on the size of the snake. Did you know that after a big meal, the python can go for a whole year before eating again.