Morelia spilota mcdowelli is a subspecies of Morelia spilota, usually known as the Carpet python, and is often also called the eastern, seaside, or McDowell's rug python. The name was originally established by Wells and Wellington in 1984.
The carpet python is a large snake of the family Pythonidae found in Australia, New Guinea (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea), Bismarck Archipelago, and the northern Solomon Islands.
Description; This subspecies of M. spilota accomplishes lengths of 2.7-3.0 m (9-10 feet). Dorsally, in colouration they are an olive brown to tan in variety with paler blotches and stripes. Although the carpet pythons colour and patterns can vary exceptionally. . Midbody scales are in 40-60 lines. They have a solitary butt-centric scale and their subcaudal scales are separated. In snakes, the subcaudal scales are the enlarged plates on the underside of the tail. A large portion of the head scales are little, beadlike, and organized unpredictably.
Natural surroundings and reach;
They are far and wide in Australia in Eastern Queensland and North eastern New South Wales. The carpet python is a semi - arboreal species meaning They might be experienced on the ground, hung across limbs of trees, or resting in undergrowth. They are regularly found living in the tops of houses even in and all around settled rural regions, rainforest, wet or dry eucalypt timberland, heathland, field, farming and metropolitan regions.