The world's largest snake (in captivity): 25 foot Medusa
In Kansas City, Missouri, a snake named Medusa is 25 feet long and weighs 300 pounds. It takes 15 people to lift him.
The world's largest snake was housed in a haunted house in Kansas City as part of a horror show.
Her name is Medusa, which is named after the ugly monster in Greek mythology.
Edgar predicted that Medusa, if she lived to be in her 50s, might have grown to weigh 500 pounds.
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