10 Giant Creatures That Are Thankfully Extinct

 

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  1. Titanoboa

This was the most massive snake to have ever lived. It is estimated to have been 42 feet in length and weigh about 2,500 pounds. While it was alive, 59 million years ago, it hunted mainly sea creatures – but it was definitely ready to attack anyone.

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