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Titanoboa: Monster Snake is a TV movie about a really, really big snake. If the snake did really exist, it existed about 58 to 60 million years ago. It may have become extinct 10 million years after the dinosaurs become extinct. This snake was the largest, the longest and heaviest snake ever found.

In 2011, Charle Brinson and his team made a thirty-three foot long electrochemical, robotic version of the extinct snake. Its vertebrae were composed of high-strength aluminum. There were also forty hydraulic cylinders inside it. Someday, they plan to extend this robot to 49 feet. As a way to promote the TV movie appearing on April 1, 2012, the Smithsonian Channel unveiled a full-life-size replica of the forty-nine feet, 2,425 pound monster snake at Grand Central Station in New York City on March 22, 2012.

Titanoboa: Monster Snake is a Nature, Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (1 episodes). The series first aired on January 17, 2012. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.7.

Titanoboa: Monster Snake is available for streaming on the Smithsonian Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Titanoboa: Monster Snake on demand at Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

Smithsonian Channel
1 Season, 1 Episode
January 17, 2012
Nature, Documentary & Biography
6.7/10
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Titanoboa: Monster Snake Full Episode Guide

  • How could something so massive remain hidden for 60 million years? It's called Titanoboa, a snake longer than a bus, with a 2,500-pound frame that could crush its prey under 400 pounds of pressure per square inch. Its remnants were part of a treasure trove of fossils recently found in the coal mines of Colombia, a discovery that has given scientists access to a lost world. Travel back to a time just after dinosaurs were wiped from existence and come face-to-face with this enormous serpent as we bring it back to life in all its slithering glory!