Thursday, 9 August 2012

Top 10 Largest Snakes in The World

1.Titanoboa - 40 To 50 Feet









Titanoboa is one of the world’s largest snake weights about one-and-a-half tons which is heavy as ten wheeler truck and it measures between 40 to 50 feet.

2.Green Anaconda - 37 Feet




  
The largest anaconda was found and reported in 1944 which measures 37 feet in its length which was found in border of Columbia and Venezuela.They eats pig, capybara, wild pigs, and turtles.

The movie Anaconda also based with this snake.It measures 37 Feet.
3.Scrub Python - 26 Feet


Scrub Python is a non-venomous snake which is most popular in Amethystine because of its color.It mostly found in Indonesia and Papua Guinea.They eats kangaroo, small birds, frogs, reptiles, and fruit bats.
4.Reticulated Python - 25 Feet



Reticulated Python also known as Medusa and they eats deer, pigs, bird occasionally, and other large animals.Its length is 25 Feet
 

5.African Rock Python - 20 Feet
























African Rock Python is mostly found in Florida and it exist in whole continent of Africa.They eats birds, small types of mammals, larger type of animals, antelopes, and also crocodiles.
6.King Cobra - 18.5 Feet


Most popular Snake in the world with the name of Cobra it is the most venomous snake in the world which found in the India, Philippines, Southeast Asia, and Indonesia.

7.Boa Constrictor - 3 to 13 Feet











































 

This kind of snake measure in between 3 to 13 feet and its has female species are larger than the male species.
 

8.Bushmaster - 10 Feet Height














 

Bushmaster snake is one of the longest in height and made a history is about 10 feet in height.It have thorny spine and its comparable to rattlesnakes.
 

9.Indian Python - 7.9 to 9.8 Feet



 

This snake is found in Koladeo National Park, it measure is 9.8 feet.


10.Western Black RatSnake - 4 to 6 Feet


 

This snake mostly found in North America, farthest areas in Ontario, Canada.It eats birds, amphibians, chipmunks, squirrels, and other reptiles.

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