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Fossils Of One-Ton Snake Provide Climate Clues

Scientists working in Colombia have found the fossilized remains of a giant species of snake, called Titanoboa. Individuals of the species can be more than 40 feet long. Paleontologist Jason Head explains what the remains reveal about the prehistoric climate of what is now Colombia.

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