A Giant Snake Discovery in India Challenges Our Understanding of the World’s Largest Serpents

A massive snake that lived 47 million years ago in western India’s swampy forests has been discovered, challenging our understanding of the world’s largest serpents. The snake, named Vasuki indicus, is estimated to have been between 36 and 50 feet long and weighed up to 1,000 kilograms, making it larger than any snake alive today. The discovery highlights the incredible diversity of life that has existed on our planet and underscores the importance of preserving natural habitats for future generations.