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Kaa '42

Species: Python molurus; Type: Natural
Length: 30 ft (9 m, est); Weight: 500 lb (227 kg, est)
Attributes: Bite, constrictor
Powers: Hypnosis
Intelligence: Average; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: Mowgli; Enemies: Shere Kahn
Film: The Jungle Book (1942)
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Additional Data:
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Description: This Giant Snake wasn't sure if he could swallow this kid whole (it's the shoulders) and he had a full belly anyway, so instead they spent the day swimming and talking and just hanging out.
Review:
Moria
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Kaa '94

Species: Python molurus; Type: Natural
Length: 30 ft (9 m, est); Weight: 500 lb (227 kg, est)
Attributes: Bite, constrictor
Powers: None revealed
Intelligence: Animal; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: King Louie; Enemies: Humanity
Film: The Jungle Book (1994)
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Additional Data:
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Description: This Giant Snake was the guardian of King Louie's treasure horde, and while defending his charge to the best of his ability, he was viciously stabbed by a human thief named, you guessed it, Mowgli.
Review:
Roger Ebert

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Kaa '16

Species: Python reticulatus; Type: Natural
Length: 30 ft (9 m, est); Weight: 500 lb (227 kg, est)
Attributes: Bite, constrictor
Powers: Hypnosis
Intelligence: Average; Land Speed: Moderate
Kaiju Level: Zero (lightweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Humanity
Film: The Jungle Book (2016)
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Additional Data:
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Description: A sweet-tongued reticulated python, Kaa was within moments of devouring some kid named Mowgli, when she was attacked by a bear and forced to let the little pest go. She did absolutely nothing to deserve such rude treatment, especially from a fellow meat eater; this is yet one more example of blatant anti-reptile sentiments within the mammal community.
Review:
Roger Ebert


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