WIRE-CBS  ·   March 26, 2012

Scientists discover snake longer than a school bus (2:07)

- A model of the Titanoboa, the largest snake ever to slither on earth, made its world debut in New York City's Grand Central Station. The 48-foot long 2,500 pound predator ruled the South American tropics 60 million years ago. ()

- A model of the Titanoboa, the largest snake ever to slither on earth, made its world debut in New York City's Grand Central Station. The 48-foot long 2,500 pound predator ruled the South American tropics 60 million years ago. ()

Scientists discover snake longer than a school bus (2:07) (2:06)

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