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The World’s Scariest Snake Anaconda: The Facts

Published by imdad2009 in Science
September 8th, 2009

Do you want to know about the scariest snake in the world the anaconda. This enormous and venomous snake can go lob an animal swallow it whole without biting. Occasionally they prey on fish, deers, caimans (a close relative of the crocodile); also they eat other snakes. Please read my article.

Do you want to know about the scariest snake in the world the anaconda. This enormous and venomous snake can go lob an animal swallow it whole without biting. Occasionally they prey on fish, deer’s, caiman’s (a close relative of the crocodile); also they eat other snakes, even jaguars.

Anacondas rely on stealth rather than speed when catching prey.In the wild anacondas spend most of the time in the rivers looking for prey. They are somewhat shy and rarely seen hidden under water in swamps, and bogs, well camouflaged. They are also historical stories that early Europeans have seen huge anacondas as long as 100 feet.

Anacondas like to stay well camouflaged in the rivers, bogs and swamps. It’s hard to spot them and put a document on them. Would you want to go down in the bottom of the river looking for a gigantic snake which can kill you, in seconds?

Thank you for reading part 1, also read part 2 when its published very soon!

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  1. Posted September 24, 2009 at 10:12 pm

    That picture is outta control!! Wow!

    Blessings.

    Sincerely,

    -Liane Schmidt.

  2. ken
    Posted November 30, 2010 at 2:05 am

    Anacondas are not venomous!

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