I’m sure we have all seen a snake before in our life, whether it is when one of them accidentally wanders into our house, when we enter their habitats – or when we see some of our “friends”.
That said, these reptiles are often gorgeous and many collectors around the world aspire to care for these exotic animals. What you might not believe is that there’s this snake which costs RM1.8 Million! WHAT! Can buy a house already! And it’s absolutely beautiful. I mean, look at it. Look at that gorgeous colour and those silver eyes!
A lot of green tree pythons actually have blue undertones or blue as their secondary colour. 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 in Australia. It’s also a popular pet among snake lovers and it is not endangered, don’t worry!
Although the blue python looks really good, if you can’t afford to get it as a pet (please be sure to get all the legal procedures done first!), you can always opt for the green counterpart which is equally as gorgeous.
There we have it, a RM1.8 million snake that looks like a living gem. If you are a snake lover and are planning to buy a snake, please make sure that you go through with the process of getting a license and also finding a reputable breeder.
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