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The Reticulated Python has earned the title of the world's longest python. They regularly get from 1.5 to 6.5 m (4.9 to 21 ft) in length and in weigh from 1 to 75 kg (2.2 to 165 lb). But one captive specimen, Medusa, is the world's longest at 7.67 meters (25 feet 2 inches) long and weighing in at 158.8 kilogram (350-pounds). Although a very large constrictor, retics seldom consider humans as potential food items. They are native to southeast Asia.

The Reticulated Python has earned the title of the world's longest python. They regularly get from 1.5 to 6.5 m (4.9 to 21 ft) in length and in weigh from 1 to 75 kg (2.2 to 165 lb). But one captive specimen, Medusa, is the world's longest at 7.67 meters (25 feet 2 inches) long and weighing in at 158.8 kilogram (350-pounds). Although a very large constrictor, retics seldom consider humans as potential food items. They are native to southeast Asia.

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