At the Chester Zoo in the UK, animations of extinct giant predators.
Jurassic Park as if you were part of the cast.
One of them is a giant extinct snake, Titanoboa cerrejonensis, from 60 million years ago. Weighed well over 1000 kg.
Smithsonian weighs in on Titanoboa vs. T. Rex (were it possible):
Okay, back to work.
Hat tip: Nature
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