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What is the biggest Snake in the world?

Measured either by their length or by weight, the world’s largest living snakes are mainly from Pythonidae and Boidae families. Most of these large snakes are non-venomous constrictors and include anacondas, pythons, and boa constrictors. Some of these snakes have a length that reaches 6m (20ft) and a maximum mass that may exceed 22kg (50 lb). Nevertheless, all these reptilian species play a vital role in the world’s ecosystem's proper functioning.

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What is the biggest Snake in the world?

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    The Largest Snakes In The World

    The Largest Snakes In The World

    Measured either by their length or by weight, the world’s largest living snakes are mainly members of the Pythonidae and Boidae families. Most of …

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