Of the over 600 species of venomous snakes on the planet, about 200 can cause real damage. Even with those odds, if you’re afraid of snakes… that’s smart. Snakes have quite a reputation for being aggressive and attacking humans even when unprovoked. Their mere presence is intimidating, and they are the last animals you want to mess around with! Let’s not count the non-venomous snakes out either; those can cause just as much damage.
You already know not to provoke them, but what do you do when you come across them in your home or walking down a street? You may not have enough time to even think about it… some of the people in this video didn’t!
Today, we’re going to take a look at ten of the biggest snakes ever found, some of them in the most unlikely places and make sure you stick around to see which snake is deserving of the number 1 spot on this list!
The yellow anaconda is the smaller “sibling” to the elusive green anaconda. The color pattern of Eunectes notaeus consists of a yellow, golden-tan or greenish-yellow ground color overlaid with a series of dark patterning. Green and yellow anacondas are the only two species of anaconda known to be commonly kept in private collections. Eunectes notaeus is a very rewarding species to keep.
The Indian python is a non-venomous python species found in southern Asia. There are two subspecies, the Burmese python (P. m. bivittatus), found in Burma, China, Thailand, Indo-china, and Indonesia, and the endangered Indian python (P. m. molurus), found in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. In India, this python is considered the largest known snake species. Adults can grow up to 20 feet long and the average weight is 70 to 129 lbs. Some rare 30 foot long pythons (weighing over 300 lbs) have been observed. Indian pythons are brown, yellow, cream, or off-white in color, with dark brown to black markings.
The largest Burmese python ever discovered in Florida was captured from the Everglades and brought to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida for research. The female python, weighing in at 215 pounds and 18 feet long, had 122 eggs inside of her, which is the largest egg count ever recorded for a python.
They are the world’s longest snakes and longest reptile, but are not the most heavily built. Like all pythons, they are nonvenomous constrictors and normally not considered dangerous to humans. It is an excellent swimmer. The color pattern is a complex geometric pattern that incorporates different colors. The back typically has a series of irregular diamond shapes flanked by smaller markings with light centers. In this species’ wide geographic range, much variation of size, color, and markings commonly occurs.
Today’s article we will introduce 4 species of giant snakes in the top 10 largest snakes ever caught. What species do you know and what are you interested in? Let us know in the comments so we can make season 2 better
Don’t miss part 2 cause I’m sure season 2 will be the biggest snakes to date!!
In the video below, you can see Biggest Snakes Ever Captured – Part1
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