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Colossal Animal Discoveries: Sizing Up the World's Largest Wildlife

Scientists in India have discovered the fossilized remains of an ancient snake that may be the largest known serpent to ever live. The supersized serpent may have measured 50 feet (15 meters) long — surpassing the current record-holder Titanoboa by around 6.5 feet (2 m).

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Colossal Animal Discoveries: Sizing Up the World's Largest Wildlife
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    50-foot 'king of the serpents' may have been the biggest snake to ever live

    50-foot 'king of the serpents' may have been the biggest snake to ever live

    Giant, 47 million-year-old snake fossils pulled from mine in India may be the largest snake ever, potentially surpassing Titanoboa by around 15 …

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