The Burmese python is known for their ecological impact in the Florida everglades as an invasive species. Burmese pythons are semi-aquatic and are good climbers.
- The Burmese python may reach a length of 26 feet and a weight of more than 200 pounds.
- A female Burmese python may lay 50-100 eggs and will wrap its body around the clutch to keep it warm and to defend the eggs against predators.
- The Burmese python is one of the world’s largest snakes.