Snakes are often portrayed in movies as these gigantic and hideous creatures that feed on human beings. But, did you know that snakes in real life can be gorgeous too and can leave snake-collectors in awe of their beauty?
Just like in the case of this rare snake specie that is now dubbed as the “most expensive” snake in the world. It can even cost up to $430,000 or R.M 1.8M according to Hitz.com.
According to World of Buzz, this specie is the green tree python but surprisingly, photos show that its color is not green but blue.
As defined by Reptiles Magazine, the green tree python (Morelia viridis) is one of the most fascinating and colorful snakes. Hobbyists and breeders often refer to it as the “chondro,” based on the snake’s original genus of Chondropython.
And while most of these species are green in color, it turns out that these solid blue pythons are extremely rare, and they are referred to as “High-blue.” This species of python can be found in the islands of Indonesia, New Guinea, and Australia.
This slender snake often appears smaller than it actually is, due to its habit of perching on a branch in a compact, inner-looped posture. Adults average 4 to 5 feet in length but can exceed 6 feet.
Because of its rarity and being popular at the same time, the price for it can spike up which explains its title of being the “most expensive” snake.
The good thing for this specie is that it is not an endangered one but rather a popular pet among snake lovers.
So, are you planning to own a green tree python too? Better weigh your options first before deciding to take on the challenge of being a parent to this extremely expensive snake specie.