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this prehistortic snake once inhabited our planet

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apparently it fed on large crocodiles (as depicted), and could squeeze with the pressure equivalent to the weight of 3 Eiffel Towers


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mchekhov wrote:this prehistortic snake once inhabited our planet

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apparently it fed on large crocodiles (as depicted), and could squeeze with the pressure equivalent to the weight of 3 Eiffel Towers


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I was reading about this earlier today. The size is horrifying. Who knows how big new animals will get if and when oxygen levels increase to what they were millions of years ago.
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Kill it with fire.

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lol. now that's a pet for my bedroom.

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RIFA wrote:lol. now that's a pet for my bedroom.
Like Mr. DeLarge himself? ;)
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I seen this yesterday on Yahoo.

I could not imagine how I would feel if I saw this thing in real life.


It did kind of make me wonder what the world would have been like back in those days. The scenery must have been just breathtaking with the lack of people and industrialization. I think an idea like that would make a great film.

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Holy Jesus that is cool. Earth was a much more exciting place back then.

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mchekhov wrote:this prehistortic snake once inhabited our planet

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apparently it fed on large crocodiles (as depicted), and could squeeze with the pressure equivalent to the weight of 3 Eiffel Towers


:wtf:

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I sense a Syfy movie coming out of this.

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