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They don’t get much bigger than this. From the Malayan Water Monitor, to the Burmese Python, and the Reticulated Python, these enormous creatures might amaze you… if they don’t terrify you! WatchMojo count down the Top 10 Largest Reptiles and Snakes.

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#10. Malayan Water Monitor
#9. Burmese Python
#8. Reticulated Python
#7. Alligator Snapping Turtle
#6. Bushmaster
#5. Nile Crocodile
#4. Leatherback Sea Turtle
#3, #2 & #1???

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    • WatchMojo.com Also watchmojo as a fan of your channel and a person who has been on it for 15 years you said on one of your other list that, “The green anaconda is the largest snake in the world” I am not mad but I just need an explanation😌😇👏 which one anaconda or python???

    • Crocodiles are more related to birds than they are to lizards and other so called “reptiles.” If crocodiles, turtles, snakes, and lizards are reptiles, then birds are reptiles too. We should also call all dinosaurs reptiles. The dinosaurs we all know resembled other “reptiles” more than our modern dinosaurs, birds, do today.

  1. How the f**k are you guys determining these lists??? The bushmaster is on but the king cobra isn’t???

  2. @WatchMojo if you are going to talk about Burmese pythons at least show the correct picture.

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