The genus Antaresia, a group of snakes commonly referred to as Children's pythons, can be found across the continent of Australia and in a small portion of neighboring New Guinea. These snakes, comprised of the Children's python (A. children, the spotted python (A. macula), pygmy python (A. perthensis) and Stimson's python (A. stimsoni), are made up of the smallest pythons in the world. Despite their small size, these snakes are ideally suited to life in the harsh climates of their native habitats. These two factors - size and durability - have made these snakes popular among python keepers for many years. This book is dedicated to all aspects of this amazing group of snakes with particular emphasis on natural history, biology and breeding. The authors have beautifully illustrated the immense diversity and natural beauty contained within wild populations of these pythons. This group has been underrepresented in herpetological literature despite being one of the world's most successful and widespread python genera.