Pythons are very slow moving and can only go at speeds of up to one mile per hour.
Albino Burmese Python
Origin: South East Asia
Latin Name: Python bivittatus
Habitat: Grasslands, marshes and swamps
Diet: Rodents, rabbits and small birds
Lifespan: 25 years
Average Size: Up to 75 kg, Length Up to 5 metres
Third largest snake in the world, they have triangular shaped heads, sharp, backward-curving teeth and have extremely prehensile tails. Burmese pythons are constrictors meaning they squeeze the life out of their prey before eating them whole and head first.