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In order to eat its prey whole, titanoboa had jaw bones that snapped apart and flexible ligaments for opening its mouth almost 180 degrees.
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► Subscribe to The Prehistoric Channel to become a Dino Bro! :D http://www.youtube.com/ThePrehistoricMaster ► Titanoboa! The biggest snake that ever lived! This documentary will tell you everything you need to know about the beast that eats crocodiles for breakfast and makes modern anacondas look like a garter snakes! EnJoY! ROAR! :D Remember to subscribe for more videos, press that like button, share it and leave a comment as well :) It really helps a lot! You show love, i show videos! Thanks! :) ► I do not own the video. It belongs to their rightful owners. No copyright infringement intended.
18 Jun 2013
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From Anomalocaris' spiked arms to Smilodron's 12-inch fangs, meet the most dangerous predators of all time.
7 May 2013
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Meet Titanoboa: She's longer than a bus, eats crocodiles for breakfast and makes the anaconda look like a garter snake.
1 May 2013
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In the wild, titanoboa probably ate large crocodiles, fish and other snakes - but if there were a titanoboa at the National Zoo today, what would the zoo keepers feed it?
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Meet Titanoboa: She's longer than a bus, eats crocodiles for breakfast and makes modern anacondas look like a garter snakes.
8 Sep 2012
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It's the ultimate battle of the predators - the monster snake's unbelievable power against the tyrannosaurus' giant bite. They lived in different times and places, but if they ever met, who would win?
4 Aug 2012
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The world of a prehistoric snake — a nightmarish giant, measuring longer than a Tyrannosaurus Rex or a modern school bus — is being brought to life in part by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor Jason Head. The snake, Titanoboa, and the research team is featured in a 90-minute, Smithsonian Channel special on the discovery, "Titanoboa: Monster Snake". Read more about Jason Head's story: http://newsroom.unl.edu/announce/todayatunl/1139/6828 Learn more about the television special: http://smithsonianchannel.com/monstersnake
3 May 2012
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