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700-Pound Snake — Giant Snake Found In North Carolina, Facts And Photos

Was a giant 700-pound snake recently killed in Proctor, North Carolina? Two photographs showing what appear to be absolutely enormous snakes are currently going viral — both images feature captions stating that the snakes in question are: over 700 lbs, 98 feet long, man-killers, found in North Carolina, found in Indonesia, etc. Are any of these things true? In the article below I’ll go over the facts with regards to these photos, and also provide … Read More 700-Pound Snake — Giant Snake Found In North Carolina, Facts And Photos was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
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