Titanoboa! Sort of. (An art exhibit with an aluminium giant snake; Titanoboa was smaller but still huge! http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/05/a-giant-aluminum-snake-skeleton-rises-from-a-pool-of-water-at-the-queensland-art-gallery/)
Titanoboa was a true river monster—the largest snake ever known to have existed, and about five times the size of the Amazon anaconda, the biggest snake alive today. Description from xenophilius.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
The Burmese python was found in a storage facility on Highway 421 in North Carolina US On Saturday Chatham County animal control officer Thomas Kelly Rouse got a call about a snake on the loose. The officer said such calls are common this time of the year and they are usually about snakes at most 3-foot-long. But when he reached the venue he was shocked to see the size of the reptile. It was a 11-foot-long Burmese albino python "by far the largest snake" he ever caught.