Every class also exposes the __bases__ property, which holds
the name(s) of the class(es) from which this particular class has been derived. Most of the time, this property does not contain a value; it's only useful if you're working with classes which inherit methods and properties from each other.
>>> # base class - has no ancestors
>>> # derived class - has base class
(<class snake.veryBigSnake at 80d5c08>,)
If you'd like to see the values of a specific instance's
properties, you can use the instance's __dict__ property, which returns a dictionary of name-value pairs,