You are correct in that we do know nothing about you except that you asked a question that is one of the most basic items and easiest things to find out. Any caresheet is going to have it. Far too many people get these animals, thinking that because they have cared for a smaller species that it prepares them to deal with a giant snake. Nothing could be farther from the truth. They, in all honesty, have absolutely no business with them. When they find that they have gotten in over their heads then they stand around crying, wanting someone else to come along and bail them out of their predicament. And with a giant python, thats not an easy thing to find. Experienced keepers try to talk people out of getting these animals and with good reason. We have seen over and over what happens. This is an animal that is quite capable of killing you and it doesn't even have to be being aggressive to do it. A couple of coils around your throat, the snake feels insecure and tightens its hold to steady itself and YOU ARE TOAST! Next thing you know YOU are on TV as the latest victim of a "killer python" and there goes more ammunition into the guns of the crowd that is trying their darndest to strip us of the rights to possess these types of animal. We don't want you or your family hurt or killed and we certainly don't want you to be added to the bad press we are already getting bombarded with. If the members here didn't actually care about you we would just tell you to go ahead and stick your head in the lions jaws and see what happens.