WHITE-LIPPED PYTHONS
Leiopython (Liasis) albertisii

White-lipped or d'Albert's pythons, are a small to medium sized python. The normal gold phase genrally get to around six feet while the black phase, which is what I have, get to 8-9 feet. The irridescence on these snakes is possibly the best in the reptile world.

The black phase are also generally a lot more docile than the gold phase (which are genrally VERY alert for opportunities to bite.)
The picture above is of the female. She is a bit over five feet long. She is a recent import but is feeding well on rats and seems in very good condition.

This is the male albertisi.

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