Centralian Carpet Python - Morelia bredli

Centralian Carpet Python

Morelia bredli

Other Names: Bredl's python, Centralian python, central Australian carpet python, Bredl's carpet python, central Australian Bredl's carpet python, central Bredl's carpet python.

Family: Pythonidae (Python family, about 26 species in the world)

Size: Typically 2 metres

Distribution: Very small distribution in a patch of Central Australia near the McDonnell Ranges.

Habitat: Rocky outcrops and creek lines, esp riverine gorges. Tree dwelling.

References: Wilson and Swan.

About the Centralian Carpet Python

From Wikipedia: The specific name, bredli, is in honor of Australian crocodile conservationist Josef "Joe" Bredl (1948–2007), father of "the barefoot bushman", Rob Bredl.

Centralian Carpet Python - Morelia bredli
Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution 3008 x 2000.

Centralian Carpet Python - Morelia bredli
Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution 3008 x 2000.

Centralian Carpet Python - Morelia bredli
Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution 3008 x 2000.

Centralian Carpet Python - Morelia bredli
Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution 1776 x 2664.

Centralian Carpet Python - Morelia bredli
Photo: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney NSW. High Resolution 3008 x 2000.

See Also

Australian Mammals
Australian Birds
Australian Frogs
Australian Fish
Australian Spiders and Their Faces
Australian Wild Plant Foods

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