Titanoboa: Monster Snake opens January 2013 at the Florida Museum of Natural History. This artist’s rendering shows how the Titanoboa may have looked in its natural environment 60 million years ago. Florida Museum illustration by Jason Bourque
World's biggest snake Anaconda found in South America. It has killed 257 human beings and 2325 animals. It is 134 feet long and 2067 kgs. Africa's Royal British commandos took 37 days to get it killed.
She's 25ft long, 300lbs and it takes 15 people to hold her: Meet Medusa the world's largest snake (and her friends)