What If The Titanoboa Snake Didn't Go Extinct?

LifesBiggestQuestionsPublished: July 1, 2018
Published: July 1, 2018

What If The Titanoboa Snake Didn't Go Extinct?
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60 million years ago, following the mass extinction of the dinosaurs, giant snakes roamed the Americas. The biggest of these snakes was known as Titanoboa and it was just as terrifying as it sounds. Related to modern-day boa constrictors, Titanoboa was a monster. Thankfully, Titanoboa went extinct, but what if it didn’t? That’s exactly what we are going to talk about, right now on life’s biggest questions.

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