What was the biggest snake ever found?

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The biggest snake ever found was an Anaconda which measured an astounding 8.5 metres and weighed over 225 kilograms. However, palaeontologist found fossils of a snake measuring 13 metres and weighing almost 1.1 tonnes. It was known as the Titanoboa.
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Anacondas win the title for largest snake when you are talking about overall body mass. However, the longest snake ever recorded was a python.
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Muffy measured in at 22 feet, 1/4 inch long - enough to
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The biggest snake that ever lived was Titana Boa. It lived in water because if it lived on land, gravity would make the Boa suffer. It can be up to 80 feet long. It at blunt-nose
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The rainbow snake grows to 66 inches in length and has a slender body. It is mainly black in color, with stripes of red running along the length of its body on both the back and belly
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The Titanoboas were the largest of all the snakes. This prehistoric snake roamed earth around the same time as the dinosaurs. The largest skeleton found measured over 42 feet. The widest part of the snake would have come up to the waist of an average sized man. I'm glad I didn't live in the age of dinosaurs!
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