The longest snake recorded was an 11.5 meter green anaconda from South America. (Some biologists dispute this, considering the maximum length to be only 9 to 9.5 meters.)
The longest snake on record was a 11.5 meters long, or 37.7 feet, green anaconda from South America. These snakes typically only grow to about 9 meters.
Out of all known living and extinct snakes, Titanoboa was the longest. It lived in the Paleocene, and was 12-15 m (40-50 ft) long, a meter in diameter (over 3 ft), and weighed about 1,100 kg (2,500 lb). Its fossils were discovered in Colombia in 2009.
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