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.