33 Ft Long Creature Discovered At Construction Site Stuns Workers

Note: we are republishing this story which originally made the news in September 2016. In a jaw-dropping discovery on a construction site in northern Brazil, workers stumbled upon a colossal serpent, measuring an astounding 33 feet in length. This enormous reptile, weighing in at a staggering 400kg, was unearthed by construction crews following an explosive event in a cave in Altamira, Pará. Watch the video below:

Photo Credit: Alexandre Flore/Youtube

Photo Credit: Alexandre Flore/Youtube

A serpent of such magnitude likely lived for an extensive period, only to meet its demise for the sake of capturing a few photographs? What a waste…” This encounter reignites debates surrounding the preservation of wildlife and the responsible handling of such extraordinary creatures. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the challenges posed by human development and the delicate balance between progress and environmental stewardship. Adding context, the current Guinness World Record for the longest snake in captivity is held by Medusa, a snake residing in Kansas City, US, measuring an impressive 25 feet 2 inches long. The colossal snake discovered in Brazil raises questions about the biodiversity of the region and the potential existence of even larger serpents yet to be documented.

Photo Credit: Alexandre Flore/Youtube

The construction site, situated near the Xingu River, forms part of the Belo Monte Dam, a vast hydroelectric dam complex under construction. Upon completion, the dam is poised to secure its place as the fourth-largest dam installation globally, trailing only behind the renowned Three Gorges Dam in China. As developments unfold, the colossal snake discovery serves as a compelling narrative, prompting a closer examination of the intersection between human progress and the conservation of our planet’s diverse ecosystems. The incident underscores the need for responsible practices, urging a collective effort to navigate the evolving landscape of development and environmental harmony.


Sources: Daily Mail

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