Snakes are elongated and legless reptiles which are classified in the suborder, serpents, in the Animal Kingdom. Snakes are of different lengths and their weight ranges from a few centimeters to 50 feet. Here is a list of top four Longest Snakes in the world.

1. Titanoboa, 39 feet

Titanoboa (Titanoboa cerrejonensis), According to Gamepedia, this is the longest snake ever and is considered dangerous for its aggressiveness. It can spit its venom from two to three meters away using its specially adapted fang. Titanoboa is a giant snake with an elongation of 39 feet and weighs more than 2200 pounds.

Colombia is the country where they are found in large numbers, Titanoboa live in swampy areas where they hunt their prey in the shallows. It is possible for an adult Titanoboa to swallow a crocodile.

2. Reticulated python, 32 feet

The reticulated python (Python reticulatus), is the most extended living snake with a body length of 32 feet and is among the top most massive snakes with a body weight of more than 350 pounds. As its name, "reticulated" suggests, it has an attractive patterned skin which camouflages it on the brown forest floor while it is waiting for unsuspecting prey. Although the python is not venomous it is very aggressive and ill-tempered and can strike at surprising speed. According to Reptiles magazine, reticulated pythons are found in India, Laos, Malaysia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Thailand, Cambodia and some parts of Vietnam.

3. Amethystine python, 29 feet

Amethystine python (Morelia amethistina) is also known as a scrub python, it is a nonvenomous species of snake, and it is famous among reptile lovers due to its amethyst-like color. Live Science reports that its length measures 29 feet and it weighs 200 pounds. The snake mainly preys on frogs, moles, small birds, fruit bats and other birds.

The amethystine snake carries out most of its hunting during the night and it is known to feed on kangaroos. They are found in Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

4. Green Anaconda, 29 feet

The Green anaconda (Eunectes murinus), grows to an average length of 29 feet and weighs more than 550 pounds. The big size makes it difficult for the anaconda to crawl on dry land so they spend most of their lives in small water bodies such as swamps, marshes, and slow-moving streams.

They mainly prey on fish, birds, mammals, and reptiles. The Green anaconda species are found in countries like Peru, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador, Venezuela and the Guianas. According to National Geographic magazine, the Green anaconda has a lifespan of up to 10 years.