The Titanoboa, which means “titanic boa” in Greek, is an extinct large boa constrictor that lived approximately 60–58 million years ago, during the Paleocene epoch, a 10-million-year period immediately following the dinosaur extinction event. It was related to modern boas.

Although it is often portrayed as the apex predator of its location, there has been some evidence that shows Titanoboa ate fish.

Wikipedia has a more detailed and comprehensive article on Titanoboa

Jurassic Park franchise

Jurassic Park: Builder

Titanoboa appears as a limited edition Glacier Park carnivore in Jurassic Park: Builder, despite being a tropical animal. It appears to have rattlesnake-like fangs even though it would've had non-venomous recurved teeth like modern boas and they constricted prey (the game's special attack even has it constrict the opponent).

Jurassic World: The Game

see Titanoboa/JW: TG

Titanoboa makes an appearance in the Cenozoic Park section of Jurassic World: The Game as a tournament Cavern creature. Like in Jurassic Park: Builder, it is inaccurately portrayed with fangs, although they are much smaller and included alongside the recurved teeth a modern boa would have.


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