A BIG BOY: The Burmese Python is the third largest snake in the world. The largest examples can measure nearly 20 feet long. They are commonly kept as pets and escaped or released pythons have established themselves as an invasive species in Florida. They are often selectively bred for unique colors and patterns, with the albino morph being one of the most popular.
ABNORMAL ALBINO: Albino animals are typically all white, and usually feature pink eyes. "Albino" Burmese Pythons, while they do meet the broader definition of albinism (a lack of pigment) are more accurately referred to as amelanistic. While it involves a similar lack of melanin, non-mammalian animals such as reptiles produce non-melanin pigments.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Instead of the dark brown color normally found in nature, this hand-painted figure is a yellow-cream color with peach orange blotches ringed with white. The figure measures 5 1/2 inches wide, 3 inches long and ¾ of an inch high. It's about the size of a smart phone.