You should post a pic of your super long snake!
Sadly, anon, because I don’t have a smaller snake to compare it to (I gave my others away in a stim kit I made) the impact isn’t quite the same. But I have taken a photo nonetheless! This snake (alternate link to an image that hasn’t been horribly blurred by Tumblr) includes the bodies from two yellow and two red snakes, the pieces taken apart and alternated:
[image description: a yellow and red plastic jointed snake lying in the chipbark mulch covering a garden bed. The snake has alternating yellow and red clip sections held together by plastic pegs. Each section has a yellow oval sticker on the top, the yellow oval holding a black spit and a red circle inside, giving it an eye-like look.]
However, if you really want to see a super snake, @cutearose commented on the snake review post, alerting me to Vi Hart’s How to Snakes video. (Short video, no background music. Transitions are quite quick, though!) Boxes and packets of snakes. Super snakes. Mini snakes. All the snakes. Snakes as scarves. Snake mathematics. I cannot possibly hope to compete with the snake awesomeness in this video and I don’t believe anyone should even try! Thank you so much for the link, @cutearose!