Largest snake caught beating previous record Python found in construction site

Largest snake caught beating previous record Python found in construction site. Beating the previous Guinness world record.

Python found on a construction site in Malaysia could take the record for the longest snake caught, with initial estimates at eight metres.

Largest snake caught beating previous record Python found in construction site.

Largest snake caught beating previous record Python found in construction site.

Malaysian department that caught the snake, told that workers from the construction site called the emergency services.

And authorities took 30 minutes to trap the snake.

World’s largest snake caught; beat previous record “It is eight metres in length and weighs about 250kg,”

Authorities said snake beating the previous Guinness world record for a snake of the same species called Medusa

Snake, which caught on Thursday, died after laying an egg. It is not clear why the serpent perished.

The Guinness Book of World Records gives the honour of longest snake ever in captivity to Medusa.

Also a reticulated python,  lives in Missouri and kept on show at The Edge of Hell Haunted House in Kansas City.

She measured at 7.67 meters in the 2011 edition and still holds the title.

She is said to weigh 158.8 kg, over 90 kg lighter than the Malaysian specime Before Medusa took the title.

The previous record holder for longest snake in captivity was Fluffy, a 7.3m python who died in 2010 at 18 years old.

Pythons, a gridded pattern on their skin that gives them their name, are normally three to six metres long and found in water.

Longer snakes could be living in the wild. In 1912, a python found and shot in Indonesia was reportedly 10 metres long.

Largest snake caught beating previous record Python found in construction site.

The Guinness Book of World Records gives the honour of longest snake ever in captivity to Medusa.

Who lives in Missouri and is kept on show at The Edge of Hell Haunted House in Kansas City.

She  measured at 7.67 meters in the 2011 edition and still holds the title.