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Artist’s perception of how the largest snake the world has ever known would have looked in its natural setting 60 million years ago. Partial skeletons of the giant, boa-constrictor-like snake named Titanoboa were found in Colombia by an international team of scientists and were studied at the Florida Museum of Natural History on the University of Florida campus.

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Artist’s perception of how the largest snake the world has ever known would have looked in its natural setting 60 million years ago. Partial skeletons of the giant, boa-constrictor-like snake named Titanoboa were found in Colombia by an international team of scientists and were studied at the Florida Museum of Natural History on the University of Florida campus.

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Artist’s perception of how the largest snake the world has ever known would have looked in its natural setting 60 million years ago. Partial skeletons of the giant, boa-constrictor-like snake named Titanoboa were found in Colombia by an international team of scientists and were studied at the Florida Museum of Natural History on the University of Florida campus.
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