A terrifying new species of “super snake ” has been discovered in America.
Huge Burmese-Indian python snakes are swarming wetlands and forests in record numbers. The new species is capable of both climbing trees and slithering through swamps.
Scientists, who have been studying snakes in the area, have found that Indian python and Burmese python started interbreeding in the last 40 years.
This interbreeding has developed a new SUPER SNAKE.
The Burmese python is one of the largest species of snake in the world and can reach almost 20ft in length. The largest ones can eat pigs, goats and crocodiles in the wild.
Lighter in colour, the Indian python is usually smaller. However, they too eat mammals.