Animals Reptiles & Amphibians
Reticulated pythons are the world’s longest snakes, reaching lengths of 28 feet; some sources even state the longest ever recorded was just over 32 feet! Pythons are non-venomous constricting snakes. They use small, curved teeth to hold prey in place and then wrap themselves around the animal. They only use this method of killing for food, though. If a python did not want to be bothered by a person, chances are it would just slither away!