Titanoboa monster snake uncoiled in New York on March 22. Grand Central Station shocked New York City commuters with a monster 48 foot, 1.25 ton titanoboa snake.
The full scale replica of the world’s largest snake, Titan o Boa discovered in northern Colombia, was uncoiled to scare the daylights out of New Yorkers, ahead of the Smithsonian exhibition.
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When alive, the titanoboa monster snake would be longer than a bus and weigh 2500 pounds.
The warmer the temperature of where the titanoboa lived, the larger the snake would grow to.
After the demise of the dinosaur 65 million years ago, the titanoboa may at one time have been the largest reptile roaming Earth.
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