Yearling Ivory Blood Python
- Python brongersmai
- Captive Bred
- Approximately 26 – 29 Inches In Length
- This Species Can Be Feisty But With Regular Handling Tames Down Well
- Voracious Little Hunters
The color pattern of P. brongersmai consists of rich, bright red to orange to a duller rusty red ground color. Although populations with yellow and brown are known. This is overlaid with yellow and tan blotches and stripes that run the length of the body, as well as tan and black spots that extend up the flanks. The belly is white, often with small black markings. The head is usually a shade of grey; individual snakes can change how light and dark the head is. A white postocular stripe runs down and back from the posterior edge of the eye.
P. brongersmai can live up to about 20 years in captivity
Hatchlings of P. brongersmai range from 25–43 cm (10–17 in) in total length (including tail). Adult males typically range from 91–152 cm (36–60 in) in total length. And females between 120–180 cm (48–72 in) although a few have been recorded at 240 cm (96 in). These snakes generally look overweight due to their robust structure.