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      • The green anaconda is not a venomous snake . Instead, it grabs prey with its teeth, then wraps its huge coils around the animal, constricting or squeezing until the prey stops breathing. Then, with the help of stretchy ligaments, the anaconda opens its mouth wide and swallows the prey whole. Depending upon
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  2. Green anacondas are one of the largest snakes in the world. Reports of anaconda attacks on humans are rare, but these boas can take down large prey, including jaguars.

  3. The Green Anaconda swallows its prey whole, even prey much larger than the diameter of their mouths. They are known to consume large prey such as peccaries, capybaras, tapirs, deer, and sheep. This species has a slow-acting digestive system; it often takes days or weeks to digest food.

  4. The green anaconda's eyes and nose are located on the top of the head, allowing the snake to breathe and watch for prey while the vast majority of the body is hidden underwater. Many local stories and legends report the anaconda as a man-eater, but little evidence supports any such activity.

  5. Diet of the Green Anaconda. Anything that wanders close enough to this predator’s mouth is in danger of being eaten, including very large creatures. Instead of using venom to subdue their prey, they have backwards facing fangs and utilize constriction to slowly suffocate their prey.

  6. Green anacondas can grow to more than 29 feet, weigh more than 550 pounds, and measure more than 12 inches in diameter. Females are significantly larger than males. Other anaconda species, all ...

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