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Prehistoric animals

Step back in time and explore the incredible world of prehistoric animals. Learn about the majestic creatures that roamed the Earth millions of years ago and get inspired by their fascinating adaptations and unique features.
Titanoboa cerrejonensis is the largest known snake. Now extinct, the snake was a relative of the anaconda and the boa constrictor. It was about 43 feet long (13 m), and weighed over a ton (about 1135 kg or 2,500 pounds). The snake lived in the Palaeocene epoch, about 58 million years ago. It ate crocodiles #prehistoriccreatures Titanoboa cerrejonensis is the largest known snake. Now extinct, the snake was a relative of the anaconda and the boa constrictor. It was about 43 feet long (13 m), and w Prehistoric Wildlife, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Animals And Pets, Animals Wild, Les Reptiles, Smilodon, Dinosaur Illustration, Megafauna

Titanoboa cerrejonensis is the largest known snake. Now extinct, the snake was a relative of the anaconda and the boa constrictor. It was about 43 feet long (13 m), and weighed over a ton (about 1135 kg or 2,500 pounds). The snake lived in the Palaeocene epoch, about 58 million years ago. It ate crocodiles #prehistoriccreatures Titanoboa cerrejonensis is the largest known snake. Now extinct, the snake was a relative of the anaconda and the boa constrictor. It was about 43 feet long (13 m)…

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