Longest Snakes in the World
Snakes are long animals, varying in size and shape, some harmless and others deadly. There are about 3,650 different species of snakes in the world today.
The Giant Anaconda is a non-venomous snake species found in South America. The average length of these snakes ranges from 5 to 7 meters
The Reticulated Python is a non-venomous python species found in Southeast Asia. With a length of 12 meters (39 ft) and 437 kg (950 lb)
The Burmese python is a non-venomous python species found in parts of South and Southeast Asia. Burmese Pythons are thick-bodied snakes
This species is native to Sub-Saharan Africa, and is one of two known subspecies (the other being Epicrates cenchria cenchria).
The Green Anaconda, Eunectes murinus, is a non-venomous boid snake found throughout South America. It is considered one of the largest snakes in world
At 3 meters (10 feet) long, black mambas are among Africa’s deadliest snakes. They live throughout sub-Saharan Africa and eat mice, birds, and other small mammals.
Native to India, it is often referred to as green because of its color. The Indian Python can grow up to 5.5 meters (18 feet) and weigh 90 kilograms (200 pounds).
Found in Africa, these snakes have a bad reputation for being overly aggressive. It is believed that they can put up to 200 times more venom into a bite than other types of snakes.