Video | Giant anaconda wrestling with wild animals

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Weather of Arabia - The anaconda is a large snake of up to 6 meters in normal position, and there are some spikes that may reach 10 meters.

This snake is native to South America, which is the developed anaconda, while the undeveloped anaconda lives in Australia, and the difference between them is that the Australian anaconda lays eggs and incubates its eggs in a nest, while the Amazon anaconda keeps its eggs inside its stomach and hatches the young inside its mother’s belly and then comes out. Anacondas are found in tropical South America in Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela, as far south as Argentina.

 

 

 

The green anaconda snake feeds in its natural environment on fish, crocodiles, various birds and any other animals, it may approach the water to drink such as deer and others, and there are also documented cases of large green anaconda females feeding on smaller green anaconda males

 

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