Titanaconda Species in Bubblegum Summerland | World Anvil
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  The Titanaconda (Eunestes titanus) is a true monster and one of Bubblegum Forest's apex predators. It is a snake of the anaconda family that can grew to the length of 15 -18 meters and a diameter at around 1.2 meters at its widest part. Specimen weighing over 1 ton has been killed.   The first human that encountered the horrific Titanaconda (Eunestes titanus) is believed to have been the explorer Bounty Bountgommery MacBounty's nephew Sir Northon Oakey of Featherbottom that was eaten by a giant snake near Booty Crack in 1756. The species were first categorized by the Swedish naturalist Anders Sparrman (an apostle of Carl Linnaeus himself) in 1799.

Basic Information

Ecology and Habitats

The Titanaconda prefers the rainforest and jungle habitat, but can be found in the temperate parts of Bubblegum Forest as well, but those specimens tend to be young and much smaller.

Additional Information


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(Eunestes titanus)    
Photo by F. Muhammad, frame by REPIC_STUDIO at Pixabay.com
Titanaconda by F. Muhammad
Not known, there are however signs that points towards a lifespan longer than that of a human.
Average Weight
The average weight is around 120 kilograms, but specimen weighing over 1 ton has ben observed.
Average Length
The average length of a Titanaconda is 8 meters, but it can grow to 15-18 meters in length.
Geographic Distribution

Scientific classification

  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Chordata
  • Class: Reptilia
  • Order: Squamata
  • Suborder: Serpentes
  • Family: Boidae
  • Subfamily: Boinae
  • Genus: Eunectes
  • Spicies: E. titanus

Binomial name

Eunectes titanus

Classified by

Sparrman, 1799

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