The blood python (python curtus) is a species of python and is non-venomous. They are found in Southeast Asia. There are three subspecies.
Adult blood pythons range from the size of 5 to 8 feet. They have a pattern which is beige, tan or grayish brown ground color overlaid with blotches of brick red or blood red. They are heavy built. Their tail is extremely short in relation to its body.
The blood python feeds on many varieties of birds and mammals.
Short tailed python, blood python, short python, black blood python, Sumatran short tailed python and Sumatran blood python.
Blood pythons are found in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Sumatra.
HabitatThey are found in rainforests where they live in marshes, swamps and long river banks and streams.
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