Top 10 Longest Snakes in the World

Some snake kill their pray with their venom, some other use their stressed muscle. Snake is born in the planet with various colors, species, defense mechanism, mating behavior, and different length. Since the extinction of Dinosaurs, our planet is no longer inhabited by dragon size snakes. The longest snake in the world has ever been founded in the planet is a reticulated python. Let’s check their measurement on the following list. As comparison, the python is followed by 9 other shorter snakes ever found on earth

 

1. Reticulated Python

Length: 10, 7 meters/35 inches

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Reticulated Python

 

2. Green Anaconda

Length: 8.5 meters /28 inches

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green anaconda

 

3. Indian Python

Length: 7.6 meters/ 25 inches

Indian python Top 10 Longest Snakes in the World

Indian python

 

4. Diamond Python

Length: 6.4 meters/21 inches

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diamond python

 

5. King Cobra

Length: 5.8 meters/19 inches

Info: Biggest and longest Venomous snake, capable to kill elephant

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6) Boa Constrictor

Length: 4.9meters /16 inches

Info: non venomous

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boa constrictor

 

7) Bushmaster

Length: 3.7meters/12 inches

Info: Venomous and deadly

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bushmaster

 

icon cool Top 10 Longest Snakes in the World Giant Brown Snake

Length: 3.4meters/11 inches

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giant brown snake

 

9) Diamondback Rattlesnake

Length: 2.7meters/9 inches

Info: Venomous

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diamond back rattle snake

 

10) Indigo Snake

Length: 2.4meters/8 inches

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indigo snake

Most of thelongest snake above are not attacking human unless they feel threatened. The species number of those animals is shorter each decade. We must protect them or our children in the future won’t have a chance to see them

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