Titanoboa: Monster Snake
Two hour special
There are snakes and there is Titanoboa – the biggest serpent of all time. A fossil recently discovered in a Colombian coal mine has rewritten the rules on snakes and has revealed the existence of a lost world of giant creatures that ruled millions of years after the dinosaurs had gone.
This special follows the team of scientists as they wrestle with the enormity of their discovery: Titanoboa turns out to be 48 feet long and 1.5 tons in weight while the crocodiles were no smaller. What caused an entire ecosystem to get supersized? Why did they disappear? And could they come back?
Venturing into the lost world with:
- Smithsonian Channel
- History Television Canada
- Yap Films