As I hatched as a baby Para, I saw my herd. I climbed out of my egg and started eating a fern straight away. It was so good as a baby my herd protected me. Soon I was a juvenile. As I grew up I was more independent. As soon as I was an adult I left my herd and moved into the forest where there were plenty of ferns and trees to eat. Plus no predators could fit through the dense trees and brush. I was safe and had nothing to worry about.
Titanoboa was a monster sized snake that could grow over 40 feet long making it the biggest snake to ever live. It’s closest relative living today is Anaconda. Scientists believe it preyed on large rodents up to one ton crocodiles and even Smilodon, the saber tooth cat. If roaming the ground wasn’t enough, Titanoboa could also swim and climb.
Having fish-hook like teeth, Titanoboa could snare it’s prey. Although Titanoboa and the Tyrannosaurus Rex did not live in the same time period, the battle chances between them are 50/50.
Titanoboa was a huge snake that could do lots of amazing things. I think it’s a really cool discovery and I hope you do too.