Is is appropriate to lump the problems caused by Burmese pythons in the Everglades with the threat of an Asian carp invasion of Lake Michigan? This article seems to be doing just that. Also, how did Sam Hamilton, director of the US Fish & Wildlife Service, decide that invasive species were more threatening to wildlife than, say, loss of habitat?
Rainforest Adventures has created a one-stop shop filled with lots of python particulars. Here they have listed 6 different species of Pythons along with facts and pictures of each. There are also other non-veneomous snake profiles at this site.
The Woodland Park Zoo has done an outstanding job of organizing the facts about the Indian Python. Indian Pythons are currently listed on the endangered species list even though they typically lay 20-60 eggs per clutch. Find out more here.