Titanoboa was huge. It was longer than a school bus! It was up to 50 ft long and weighted over 2,500 lbs. However, nobody is entirely certain how this monster lived its life. There’s a lot of controversy about what it ate and how it attacked its target.
Since it was a large boa constrictor, several people thought that it would have constricted its victim. It presumably mainly ate fish, though some say it also ate risky prey like alligators.This organism flourished shortly after the extinction of the dinosaurs, some 60 million years ago, according to fossil evidence. Because of its size, it most likely spent its entire life in water because it would have been too difficult to live on land.However, the Titanoboa wasn’t a dinosaur. It most likely became so large because the globe was much warmer than it is today. Snakes with cold blood do well in warmer climates.Watch the video below: