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World’s Largest Snake – Biggest Snake in the World – and Longest Snake Ever

Updated on January 22, 2012


We humans have inborn complex behaviors toward snakes that are not based upon prior experience. These behaviors are called instincts. It is from instincts that were are able to tell a snake is a scaring, slithering and terrifying creature that should be avoided. But within us, there are those that have the courage to find fascination and fondness in snakes.


The world’s largest snake is also the world’s biggest snake but not necessary the world’s longest snake. The world’s largest snake is the green anaconda. The anaconda is to be found in Amazon rain forest of South America. The anaconda like living in river and as such river Amazon is home to most of the anaconda snakes in the world. The anaconda is of a subfamily of non-venomous boas found in Central, South America, Africa and Southeast Asia. The anaconda can grow as long as 8 metres long and as wide as a fully grown man and can weigh as much as 250 kilogrammes. This huge size certainly makes it the largest snake in the world.

The Green Anaconda - World's biggest snake. Can grow as long as 8 metres long and as wide as a fully grown man and weigh 250 kilogrammes.Image Credit: LA Dawson  Wikimedia Commons
The Green Anaconda - World's biggest snake. Can grow as long as 8 metres long and as wide as a fully grown man and weigh 250 kilogrammes.Image Credit: LA Dawson Wikimedia Commons


During mating, several males are known to wrap themselves around one female in an attempt to mate. Nature has it that the fittest male, usually the strongest and largest male, should win and thus get the privilege of mating with the female. But since females are far stronger they can sometimes be biased to this law of nature and decide on herself which male to mate with regardless of the size and strength of the male. The gestation period is seven months and the female anaconda will give birth to young ones – about 20 to 50 litters.

Non Venomous

The anaconda is non venomous but that does not mean it will not feed on you. It will coil itself around you and by using constriction - it will squeeze you thus preventing breathing and raising your body’s pressure two to three times until you die most likely from heart attack.

Great Swimmer

The green anaconda is usually an olive green snake with black spots along the body. Like any other snake, the head is narrow with eyes set high on the head. The snake is a great swimmer and will comfortably work on its prey when in water. The anaconda is also capable of finding its prey on land but is rather slow and sluggish when on land. The diet of anaconda consists mainly of fish, birds, and small mammals like deer, antelopes, rabbit, jaguars, and snakes, reptiles, or anything smaller than itself. When coming from gestation, a female anaconda can sometimes feed on its male counterpart.

Anaconda as a Pet?

The anaconda is a fine snake to keep as a pet. If you think its neat having a snake pet, and you have interest, resources and know-how, then you can go ahead and have anaconda as a pet snake. Good luck.


The longest snake in the world is not anaconda, but the Asian Python reticulates which can grow as long as 10 – 12 metres.

Python - The longest snake in the world is the Python. The Asian Python Reticulates can grow as long as 10  12 metres. Image Credit: Mariluna -   Wikipedia Commons
Python - The longest snake in the world is the Python. The Asian Python Reticulates can grow as long as 10 12 metres. Image Credit: Mariluna - Wikipedia Commons

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      lyricsingray 7 years ago

      AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!Thanks, I thing :-)


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      S K G Rao. 7 years ago from Bangalore City - INDIA.

      After River it's Snake what next.?

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      great article. god bless

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      Madame X 7 years ago

      Wow - I love snakes! Thanks for the very interesting article. You could do a hub with just pictures of snakes and it would be wonderful (ok, maybe a few words since you write so well :)

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      ParadiseForever 7 years ago

      very interesting hub. I liked it very much becos i am fond of snakes.

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      Cygnus76 7 years ago from ON

      nice hub!

      if they wouldn't get so long and big, i would love to have them as pets :D

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      Randy Godwin 7 years ago from Southern Georgia

      We seem to have a common fascination with snakes. Wonderful creatures!

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      KyonSOS23 7 years ago from Nabon

      I love snake only in dream.

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      kephrira 7 years ago from Birmingham

      12 meters is huge!

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      articleposter 7 years ago

      That's one big snake :D

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      Steve R McDowell 7 years ago from Atlanta

      Haha, I love snakes ^_^

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      michellebx 7 years ago

      oh my.. I hope i never see a snake that big in my life!

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      neverbn2me 7 years ago

      snakes? no way. they are my greatest fear.

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      sam 7 years ago

      It is scary..

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      shah 7 years ago

      article is nice.


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      Wildlifelover 7 years ago

      That was really good article but with such a high score why are your adsense ads not snake related?

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      HolidayKitty 7 years ago

      Wow this snake is so cool I can't believe that they are the wild one ?

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      magdielqr 7 years ago

      I learned very with this article. Congratulations!

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      Sandi 3m 7 years ago

      Great article. I have always been fascinated and a little scared of snakes at the same time.

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      cms1978 7 years ago

      wow big snake

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      StricktlyDating 7 years ago from Australia

      I've seen these snakes in a Museum in Europe, and was totally fascinated by them because of their size. But where I am here in Australia we live with venomous snakes in our backyard all year long (thankfully a lot smaller - Mostly Red-Belly Black Snakes/Common Brown Snake) and they'll come very close to your home (It's not uncommon that they'll sit on the front steps etc), I've had far too many close-calls with them, so I hate snakes!

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      bryguy1 7 years ago

      The only thing I think of is the movie "Anaconda". I would never like to come face to face with one of these snakes and risk being eaten for dinner. Great hub, but I'll keep my distance.

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      shamelabboush 7 years ago

      Extremely nice and scary... Nice hub.

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      pinkdaisy 7 years ago from Canada

      Wow! That is one scary snake :) Great hub!

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      santosardee 7 years ago from Paranaque City, Philippines

      Nice one.Great hub.

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      EWealthGuide 7 years ago from Vancouver

      Don't like snakes, but great hub! lol

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      Audrey Kirchner 7 years ago from Central Oregon

      That is so cool but every time I see the pics on the hub, I want to scream and run! I am a huge snake-aphobic...know they are great just gotta put blinders on.....great post!

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      ilyas ishaque 7 years ago

      oh my God this too much dangrous snake . i cannat belive

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      ManchesterGirl 7 years ago

      Very interesting, I recently visited Australia and saw this snake in the Wildlife World. Apparently it has been known to eat deer, other snakes and also humans!

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      maaschnabarroi 7 years ago from London

      8 to 10 m! giant reptile creature like dat make me scream .

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      andhe 7 years ago from Sweden

      So now I'm officially scared... Nice hub!

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      explorer9360 7 years ago

      I had no idea that the Asian python is the largest! I always thought it was the anaconda.

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      anuzkulung 7 years ago from Nepal

      So dangarous. I like this article

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      easegiri 7 years ago from Bangalore


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      Tyhill27 7 years ago from Red Deer, Alberta

      I have an Albino Red Corn snake and it’s a great pet if you like reptiles. For a busy guy they are very easy to look after, and only eat once a week approx.

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      Dr H 7 years ago

      Can you read my Hub about Austin Steven's The snake hunter,it might make you laugh.

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      Answer Man 7 years ago from Midgewater

      Thanks for answering my question! Your hub has such scary pics I can't even look! :0

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      martycraigs 7 years ago

      I have had some friends that had snakes as pets but they are not for me.

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      MaryElena 7 years ago

      I'm afraid of snakes.

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      chirag 7 years ago

      i love snakes!!! and thanks for providing this interesting information !!!!!!!but what's next!!!

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      suziecat7 7 years ago from Asheville, NC

      Snakes are so beautiful - at a distance. Interesting Hub.

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      steven 7 years ago

      I like your article so much.My honor to share cheap ugg boots.

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      50 Caliber 7 years ago from Arizona

      I love snakes, if you need a recipe let me know, much better than C-Rations, good and good for you!

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      Pollyannalana 7 years ago from US

      You know your stuff but I will always hate snakes! I will admit to playing with garter snakes as kid but they were tiny baby ones.

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      Ali 7 years ago

      Oh my God soooo wonderful

      amazing article....thanks

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      Cleanclover 7 years ago from Piece of land!

      if you love snakes see my hub on the most dangerous snakes for humans in the world you will like it

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      kim,berly o. roa 7 years ago

      its beautiful snake and biggest snake in the world

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      gary_lloyd 7 years ago from World Wide Web

      This is a beautiful snake.. long though.. :) thanks..

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      todaysmotherhood 7 years ago

      ha, i don't like snakes too but it is a good hubpage

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      ComputerGuy 7 years ago

      Nice article. I don't hate snakes at all, so glad to see all the pictures.

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      itcoll 7 years ago

      they are beautiful but still i cannot stop from fearing them.

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      TnFlash 7 years ago from Tampa, Florida

      Great Hub! Scary but still a Great Hub.

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      HealthTip 7 years ago

      Great hub, loved the photos !

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      Ivorwen 7 years ago from Hither and Yonder

      My son loves his snakes. I'm glad they are just little ones.

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      Dr.Kulsum Mehmood 7 years ago from Nagpur, India

      Very huge snakes and very nice hub.

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      nancy joan spell 7 years ago

      there are two kind's of snakes thet I am afraid of... dead, and alive.I hate any snake.

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      ratnaveera 7 years ago from Cumbum

      Thanks for sharing very interesting information about snakes. Pictures are very nice!

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      William-III 7 years ago

      cool hub.

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      shinujohn2008 7 years ago

      Ngureco very nice information about that giant snake

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      wvlegacy 7 years ago

      Thanks for the education on snakes. I must say my aversion to snakes kept me illiterate. Good work. Look forward to reading more hubs on snakes from you.

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      Carmen Borthwick 7 years ago from Maple Ridge, B.C.

      Very informative hub, the only problem with keeping an anaconda as a pet is they get too big to handle so people let them loose. It is an awesome creature though. Good job. Cheers, Carmen

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      maryladd 7 years ago

      wow this is a really big snake thanks for your article

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      Arijit Das 7 years ago

      I can't believe that it is 8 metres long.... Woo!! And weight of 250 kilogrammes....

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      Albertttt 7 years ago

      Nice one. Very interesting.

      Can I get you to look at my hub? (humor)

      Albert .

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      Snakes 7 years ago

      This is great story about snakes.Y love Anaconda snakes.Take care.

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      BL Tween 7 years ago

      Very good, I am linking to it, thanks!

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      Alfreta Sailor 7 years ago from Southern California

      Great hub, but I'm afraid of snakes, as with most of us.

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      Tommy 7 years ago

      This hub is really useful. I like to read more about this. Thanks for the article presented.

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      stephensaldana 7 years ago

      The information regarding snake is gratifying. Snakes had got charm of their own. Green Anaconda is world largest snake. These are non venomous. Female anaconda sometime feeds on their mail counterpart. The larges snake in Asian Python. Thanks a lot for providing interesting information. I await your future hub with great curiosity.

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      Mortgagestar1 7 years ago from Weirton,West Virginia

      I saw on FOX News where the U.S. will ban several contrictor spieces from importation into America. This ia ironic coming from the snakes in Congress!

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      Tony 7 years ago

      My friend has an Anaconda, what a snake.

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      bheem 7 years ago

      Interesting information on snakes.

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      bheem 7 years ago

      Interesting information on snakes.

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      maheshpatwal 7 years ago from MUMBAI

      ohhh its scarry i got goose bumps.......... some categories of phython is found in southern parts of india......

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      maheshpatwal 7 years ago from MUMBAI

      ohhh its scarry i got goose bumps.......... some categories of phython is found in southern parts of india......

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      Nicks 7 years ago

      Well written and interesting - what about one on the most poisonous snakes of the world?

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      jamesorr 7 years ago from Maryville, TN

      Cool, I love snakes and reptiles lol.

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      RYPcontent 7 years ago from Chatham, IL

      Gross! I'm thankful those don't live around here!

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      hannahz 7 years ago from Los Angeles

      Ugh snakes are so scary!

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      marvin 7 years ago

      i don't like snake because snake is kill people

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      Topzenith 7 years ago

      I don't like snakes whether in dreams, dead or alive. But i appreciate God for creating them

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      Jill Ness 7 years ago from California

      still not sure why anyone would want a pet snake. bleeh.

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      sudeep13582 7 years ago from Howrah

      oooh,,. its too faat and biiiiiiiigg

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      Amez 7 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Nice Hub, Snakes are neat as long as their not venomous, I rather raise Hamsters.

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      BODYLEVIVE 7 years ago from Alabama, USA

      I hate all snakes but great hub.

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      Final Phase Fat Loss 7 years ago

      I'm fascinated about snakes... One of my dreams was to see a snake in its natural environment. 8 years ago I want to Amazonian Forest (Brazil) and couldn't see any... I saw lots of crocodiles, monkeys... but no snakes :(

      Great Hub!

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      spiderspun 7 years ago from Utopia, Ontario Canada

      Are those your snakes in the photos? they are lovely.

      I keep the reticulated python myself, and she is now 14 feet. She is still young. If you have a chance head over to my retic hub and see my video of her

      I also keep the ball python, sand boa and the Taiwan Beauty Rat Snakes

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      Karli Duran 7 years ago from Texas

      My dad has the meanest snake in the world. Its a black pine snake from Mississippi.

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      snake lover 7 years ago

      that's one big snake

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      DOUBLE K 7 years ago

      so cool and educational!

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      nobody 7 years ago

      this is cool

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      minidud 7 years ago

      i love snakes

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      Slick.Trilla 7 years ago

      Wow. . . iHate those thinqz they make me vomit!!! =0 "yuck"

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      2 die 411 7 years ago

      That is amazing omg thatis amazing!

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      Gloria Siess 7 years ago from Northern California

      Nice Hub-check out my snake hubs. I just finished one on the Gaboon Viper.

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      Jesus 7 years ago

      How the hell could you keep an anaconda as a pet? It would kill you!!!

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      rahul 7 years ago

      my money is on the certainly is the largest and most powerfull snake in the world

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      lender3212000 7 years ago from Beverly Hills, CA

      Glad there aren't any of those hanging out in my backyard!

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      pete43 7 years ago from chesterfield uk

      as i own a female common boa ive had no problems with her in 2 years shes that soft you i can put her around my neck as long as ive got backup just in case somethin did happen she is 7ft2in at min and will grow to somethin like 8half foot do research first if you thinkin about gettin any snake that's wat i did even before i got her..........

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      porshadoxus 7 years ago

      You mentioned a length of 8 meters. I remember reading somewhere (wish I could remember where) that anacondas could reach over 100 feet in length.

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      chardee42 6 years ago from Orlando, FL

      You're absolutely right about humans having certain instincts around snakes. Its interesting though how it affects some people a LOT more than others.

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      ray 6 years ago

      i like it but i still think snakes are gross

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      KG BOTSI 6 years ago

      Wow!!! its interesting to learn about snakes but i can just see myself living with such a big snake as a pet

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      Medical Writer 6 years ago from Great Britain

      Don't like the look of that slimy snake.

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      stunnercold 6 years ago from Dubai

      Great article ngureco. I don't particularly like snakes that much, let alone keep them as pets.

      Just thought I should share, I found an article on the most horrific sea creatures discovered near the australian coasts, its interesting:

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      jacobkuttyta 6 years ago from Delhi, India

      nice pics...

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      finatics 6 years ago

      Good luck, indeed. There is no way I am ever approaching one of those snakes, much less keep it in my home! I certainly do not have the courage to like them- it must run in the family. My mother once saw a snake about two inches long and screamed for my brother to kill it.

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      angelo 6 years ago

      wow...its so amazing

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      BartCougy 6 years ago

      Crikey! That is quite the huge snake! Have no fear though since it isn't a stingray. Haha! Too soon? Oops! Well, in any case, these ol' boys make me want to move to a snakeless country - New Zealand perhaps? Now, if we could only get rid of some of the snakes in the American government, haha!

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      Mike Dorsey 6 years ago

      Snakes are interesting! I have had Red Tipped Boa, Ball Python, Speckled King snake and hog nose snakes. You have to look at them as a creature that does not have the convenience of legs! He has to slither, as we say to get from here to there, a unique way to move compared to any other animal. Because some are poisonous, we have made all of them frightening! Some I have had, had gentile personalities and others had a mean streak! In Texas we have all North American Venomous snakes and I have Many experiences with them all. At a ranch I worked at five years ago, we found well over fifty mature copperheads living in the landscaping timbers around the main house. Good information on your hub!

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      em 6 years ago

      what the name of the worlds longest snake

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      cameron 6 years ago

      he worlds largest snake is the reticulated python

      i love resurching snaks fo homework

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      libby101a 6 years ago from KY

      Although I find snakes information quite interesting, I am not a big snake lover. However, I respect them and rate this hub up! Awesome job! I am more of an African male lion fan!!! Thumbs up though!!!

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      Mark 6 years ago from IL

      The anaconda is the largest snake in the world, growing to in excess of 30 feet. The reticulated python is longest, but the anaconda exceeds it in weight. I would not like to mess with either one.

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      Gojira 6 years ago

      I like that snake but i fear. Only snake friendly

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      AnkushKohli 6 years ago from India

      Wow! I love snakes only in dreams but in real life, I hate snakes. Anyways, its interesting to learn about snakes. May be, one day, I'll love them. Hahahaha!

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      rufis 6 years ago

      I like snakes they seem kewl but did u no that there not slimy the best thing to do is leave them alone not good for pets

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      Emma 6 years ago from Houston TX

      Great article,thanks

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      morsid 6 years ago

      i like a snake i like a scale....

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      Amit 6 years ago

      Snakes are a gift from nature we should behave with it like a living thing but some people not understanding it and burn it or killing it.

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      Destiny 6 years ago

      That is really ,cool ,and those snake are long

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      marimccants 5 years ago

      Whoah! I don't think having a pet as big as that is fun. I'm already scared just by imagining such thing.

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      Venture Boyz 5 years ago from Floating in the clouds

      snakes creep me out. are snakes strictly fresh water or do they go in salt water as well? I'm already freaked out enough about sharks when I go in the ocean.. I don't want to have to worry about snakes too!! lol

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      skyfire 5 years ago

      I wonder if there are any anacondas of size 10 meter ? Snakes are interesting as long as they keep distance. lol. Nice hub.

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      xXSweetiXx 5 years ago from The Pacific Northwest

      Crazy! Snakes are awesome! However, I think my own mother would have a heart attack knowing this info, lol Thanks for sharing!

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      david de geare 5 years ago

      ooooooooo i like snakes from far but if its near me or it is crawling on my body i hate snakes

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      lilmisswagga 5 years ago

      that is big ,huge and awsome

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      pankaj 5 years ago

      it's big anacondas,i like it

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      bjornborgboxers 5 years ago from The Netherlands

      Us humans have inborn complex behaviors toward spiders too!

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      chad 5 years ago

      ganahan sla....

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      A maior cobra do mundo é a Sucuri, já foram encontradas cobras muito maiores que as pítons !!!

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      akira 5 years ago

      I like snakes because they are fun to play with and have people come see it as a house pet and just like it is in the forest it can have eggs and raise baby snakes.You can give people a baby snake if you want to give them one because you probably want to give a pet snake to some one.Sometimes i am scared of snakes because they bite.

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      maegan 5 years ago

      totoo kaya ito?

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      mark john 5 years ago

      what is that ? i can sleep when i see a large snake.

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      declan 5 years ago


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      YARHONDA CUNNINGHAM 5 years ago


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      Anthony Ghana 5 years ago

      i luv sleeping with snakes on mine bed

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      paul sebastian d moll 5 years ago

      ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww yucks snake is for me 1 of the most terrifying creatures bcoz of its skin and looks im realy afraid of snakes

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      I P Singh 5 years ago

      If the longest snake is the ASIAN python,then better to change in the G/K book also which our children still considered the longest snake in the world is the ANACONDA.

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      SANAL MM 5 years ago

      i luv sleeping with snakes on mine bed

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      sannu patel 5 years ago

      lovely so big snake ilke it

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      Chidi adigbo 5 years ago

      These snakes are way too large. Am scared to death

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      delfin fernandez 5 years ago

      awsome i want to become snake

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      zohaib 5 years ago

      i was so scared

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      michael 5 years ago

      that's so big snake

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      jonathan 5 years ago

      its so big;

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      cic 5 years ago

      big i booki

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      erwin perales 5 years ago

      i relly like snake...i like seeing them.... lol

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      adamz 5 years ago

      i don't really like snake they r the ultimate killing machines.

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      jojo 5 years ago

      oh my god becky look at her butt tunchi

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      david 5 years ago

      that's long as h*ll

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      Anthony Ogada 5 years ago

      very interesting article..but im afraid of snakes

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      MISINDY 5 years ago

      I LOVE YOU

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      SUMIT KUMAR BANERJEE 4 years ago


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      mahhen kashif 4 years ago

      its A verY very BIG snake

      gooD for tHem

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      Arpan Manjash Ekka 4 years ago

      People, u know......among all animals m most interested in snakes but i m even most afraid of them.........i really don' know wt will happen with me when i'll see such huge snake in front of me...

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      seth 4 years ago

      people most veinemos snake is the taipan.

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      ritiksha srivastava 4 years ago

      it's awesome...................................i'm love to watch snakes alot.

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      lee smart 4 years ago

      oh boi, dis snake is awesome......... huh,but i till love them.

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      Oluchi 3 years ago

      I don't like snakes

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      tenzin 3 years ago

      i like snakes

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      dr waseem baber 3 years ago

      plz don't like snakes its vry oooooo u know?

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      Arun Rajaram Cincinnati 2 years ago

      Hi I am Arun Raja. I am from Cincinnati. I posses one eyed snake. It is small and brown. It is from Coimbtoor, India where I originally lived. I carried it with me hanging in the aircraft. sometimes it gets big. It likes Xena Warrior.

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