Titanoboa: Monster Snake – Now through August 11, 2013

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Sixty million year old remains of the Titanoboa cerrejonensis found recently by FMNH scientists, in a Columbian coal mine, is the largest snake in the world at 48 feet, 2500 pounds.  The Smithsonian Channel documentary, featuring a full-scale model of “Titanoboa: Monster Snake” explores the discovery, reconstruction and implications of the enormous reptile.  Scientists and trained volunteers working on fossils found at the site talk with visitors to the exhibit.

For Museum hours visit: http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/

Admission: Adults $6 (FL resident $5) ages 3-17 $4.50

Florida Museum of Natural History, 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville FL 32611

352.846.2000

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