Published September 22, 2012 | 12:44 pm
London: A 25-feet-long and over 300-pound snake in the US has entered the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest snake living in captivity, the Daily Mail reported Saturday.
The massive python, called Medusa, lives in the Edge of Hell haunted house attraction in Kansas City, eats a 40-pound animal about once a week.
Her primary diet consists of a combination of rabbits, hogs and deer, served to her every two weeks.
Representatives from the Guinness World Records have verified her new title and she will now join the book for 2013, according to the daily.