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Snake Invader: Images of Titanoboa in Grand Central

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Green glow from Vanderbilt Hall shows the way to titanoboa.

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Visitors snap pictures of the giant snake.

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Titanoboa lived 60 million years ago, in the first rainforests.

Titanoboa in Grand Central

A recreation of a gigantic snake is displayed in Grand Central.

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

The giant snake ate gigantic crocodiles!

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

The titanoboa snake weighed a whopping 2,500 pounds (more than 1,100 kilograms), with a length of 48 feet (almost 15 meters).

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Titanoboa in Grand Central

Two young kids stare at the gigantic titanoboa snake in Grand Central's Vanderbilt Hall.

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Visiting kids were mesmerized by the sight of the giant snake.

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)

Titanoboa in Grand Central

(Image credit: Jennifer Welsh for LiveScience.com)