Titanoboa – The World’s Largest Snake, Replica will be display at New York Grand Central Station (Video)

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New York commuters will be surprised by a full-scale replica of a 48-foot-long, 2,500-pound monster Titanoboa snake exhibit at the New York Grand Central Station on March 22, 2012, as reported by several international news sites.


Image Credit: scienceblogs.com

Randall Kremer, a Smithsonian spokesperson, revealed that the monster Titanoboa snake is meant to “scare the daylights out of people” and to “communicate science to a lot of people.”

The Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of Natural History exhibit will open on March 30. The Titanoboa snake replica at the New York Grand Central Station is part of the said exhibit.

A two-hour TV special “Titanoboa: Monster Snake” will be shown on the Smithsonian Channel on April 1.

Titanoboa the World’s Largest Snake

Video Credit: Youtube/NBGfilms

Titanoboa is a newly discovered snake species which lived 65 million years ago.
Seven years ago the remains of the titanoboa snake were first discovered in a Colombian coal.



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