Who Would Win the Battle Between the Largest Prehistoric Snake and a Tyrannosaurus Rex?

The Titanoboa was a one-ton, 48-foot-long snake who lived 58-million years ago. Scientists thought it couldn't exist. Yet, they discovered its fossil in Cerrajón, Colombia. She was a constrictor that could kill anything with a pressure of 400 pounds per square inch. That's the equivalent of being under three Eiffel… »4/01/12 11:25pm4/01/12 11:25pm