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What is the largest snake on record?

What is the largest snake on record?

Green anacondas
Green anacondas are the heaviest snakes in the world. The heaviest anaconda ever recorded was 227 kilograms. This massive snake was 8.43 metres long, with a girth of 1.11 metres.

How big do giant anacondas get?

Green anacondas are one of the largest snakes in the world. Females are considerably larger than males. They can reach lengths of 30 feet (9 meters), diameters of 12 inches (30.5 centimeters) and can weigh 550 pounds (250 kilograms).

How big do anaconda snakes get?

Green anacondas can grow to more than 29 feet, weigh more than 550 pounds, and measure more than 12 inches in diameter. Females are significantly larger than males. Other anaconda species, all from South America and all smaller than the green anaconda, are the yellow, dark-spotted, and Bolivian varieties.

Where was the 33 foot Anaconda snake found?

It is said to depict a 33-foot anaconda found during a construction project. Details are pretty scant, but the Daily Mail reported in 2016 that the monstrous serpent was found in Altamira, Pará, during the construction of a hydroelectric dam on the Xingu River.

How big is the biggest snake in captivity?

This latest find is supposed to weigh over 880 pounds. The largest known snake in captivity is a 25-foot python named Medusa, which lives in Kansas City.

What kind of snake has a yellow tail?

Water Moccasins (Cottonmouth Snakes) 1 Large snakes, 2-4 feet in length with a very heavy body 2 Color varies from solid brown or brown or yellow with dark crossbands 3 Juveniles have a yellow tail tip 4 Head is distinctly triangular (due to venom glands)

Which is the longest snake in the world?

But the longest documented living snake is a reticulated python named Medusa, who resides at The Edge of Hell Haunted House in Kansas City. Medusa is 25 feet, 2 inches long and weighs 350 pounds.