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ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA -- NOVEMBER 09: The partial skeleton of a Wonambi Naracoortensis (giant snake) on November 09, 2009 at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide, South Australia. The skeleton was found in pleistocene sediments at Henschke Fossil Cave in Naracoorte, South Australia. Scientist estimate that this snake reached lengths of 6 meters in length and 250 mm in diameter. (Photo By Amy Toensing) _________________________________

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ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA -- NOVEMBER 09: The partial skeleton of a Wonambi Naracoortensis (giant snake) on November 09, 2009 at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide, South Australia. The skeleton was found in pleistocene sediments at Henschke Fossil Cave in Naracoorte, South Australia. Scientist estimate that this snake reached lengths of 6 meters in length and 250 mm in diameter. (Photo By Amy Toensing) _________________________________<br />
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