Halmahera Python (Simalia tracyae)


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The Halmahera Python is a heavy-bodied python and more closely resembles the aesthetics of a Boa. They uniquely have red irises, rounded snouts, and black tongues.  This snake is also unique in that the adult snake has the same pattern (48-56 dark brown/black bands on the body) as it did in adolescence; there is little to no change in design as the Halmahera python develops.
Species: Simalia tracyae
Origin: Captive Bred in the US
Size: Adults reaching 8-13 feet
Natural Range: Native to Indonesia. Exclusively found on the Indonesian island of Halmahera.
Food: Frozen thawed mice
Lifespan: Up to 25 years in captivity with proper care.

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