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saw this online just sharing, should be somewhere in south east asia

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Are large snakes really cryptids?

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How big is the tree?

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yep big snake.

:huh:

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That's either a very large snake or a very small tree.

Cool post but no I don't think huge snakes aren't crytids.

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Cool pic, thanks for posting.

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At first glance It looks like an Olive python, but It has a pattern like a scrub python, reticulated python maybe? unsure.gif

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Cryptids are yet to be discovered, out of place or unexplained animals, so I would suppose that a giant snake would be considered a cryptid.

The fellows over at www.cryptomundo.com seem to think so, at least.

I can't seem to find it, but I swear they had an article explaining why they classify giant snakes as cryptids. Oh well.

Undescribed, unusual, or outsized variations of known species [e.g. the giant anacondas reported from Amazonia or the spotted lions of East Africa];

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptid

That would appear to be a large snake, nonetheless, however, the internet doesn't have the best reputation when it comes to giant animals....

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fake! just kidding. but it doesn't really look that big to me

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It's not that big. I've seen bigger snakes then that. Plus the tree is probably not that tall. Could only be about 13 foot high.

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I think it is a combination of big snake and small tree.

A quick Google shows that reticulated pythons can get to 9 meters long (30 feet). This one is probably not that long.

The snake is about 150-200% length of the height of the tree. unless a lot of it is not seen. In which case if it a 10 foot tree (Not unlikely looking at the leaves of the nearby trees), then this python (?) is probably around 15 to 20 feet long. Big, but not world class.

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I think it is a combination of big snake and small tree.

A quick Google shows that reticulated pythons can get to 9 meters long (30 feet). This one is probably not that long.

The snake is about 150-200% length of the height of the tree. unless a lot of it is not seen. In which case if it a 10 foot tree (Not unlikely looking at the leaves of the nearby trees), then this python (?) is probably around 15 to 20 feet long. Big, but not world class.

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It's not a true snake anyway, it's a legless giant hyrax. :innocent:

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There have been pythons as long as 50 feet caught/spotted in the wild. Nothing out of the ordinary or undiscovered here.

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That snake doesn't look too big.

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Cryptids are yet to be discovered, out of place or unexplained animals, so I would suppose that a giant snake would be considered a cryptid.

The fellows over at www.cryptomundo.com seem to think so, at least.

I can't seem to find it, but I swear they had an article explaining why they classify giant snakes as cryptids. Oh well.

Undescribed, unusual, or outsized variations of known species [e.g. the giant anacondas reported from Amazonia or the spotted lions of East Africa];

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptid

That would appear to be a large snake, nonetheless, however, the internet doesn't have the best reputation when it comes to giant animals....

That's how those idiots operate over there. They claim that a big snake is a cryptid and then somehow use that to infer that this bolsters the possibility of things like bigfoot and loch ness exist.

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It's just your average sized boa. They get very very very big.

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