Longest Snake Ever in Captivity - Medusa

A python named as Medusa recorded to the Guinness world records 2013 by holding a title called longest snake ever in captivity. She is long 7.67 meters (25 feet 2 inches) and weighs 158.8 kilogram (350-pound) and needs at least 15 people to hold her.

This Python owned by Full Moon Productions in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The reptile, lives in the Edge of Hell haunted house attraction in Kansas City, and it needs about 40lb animal in a week but could easily eat something weighing more than 100lbs.

The python’s diet consists of a mixture of rabbits, hogs and deer, served to her every two weeks. The 8 years old reptile is known as ‘the sloppiest eater within attraction’, who accidentally bite into herself instead of her dinner.

According to Medusa's handler and Edge of Hell's general manager, Larry Edgar, "We try to keep Medusa well-fed and slightly out of reach as there have been instances with Reticulated Pythons where they've had to cut people out of them! We never underestimate that she does always have the upper-hand."

Medusa inherits the title from the previous record holder, Fluffy, another Reticulated Python from Ohio's Columbus Zoo who measured in at 24 ft long. The reptile was 18 years old and still 24 ft long and died of an apparent tumor.

The Reticulated Python species dates back to the prehistoric era and is one of the largest snakes on the globe.

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