Who killed Python in Greek mythology?

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Python was the serpent, sometimes represented as a dragon, that presided at the Delphic oracle. Greeks considered the site to be the centre of the earth, represented by a stone, the omphalos or navel, which Python guarded. It became the chthonic enemy of Apollo, who slew it and took over Python's former home and oracle.
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