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  1. Type. Reptiles Area. South America Endangered Status. Some Threatened facts. size. up to 30 feet. in length. ... but the green anaconda is the big one. Weighing up to ...

  2. Jul 01, 2016 · Anacondas are endangered because other animals are eating them. I'm not sure why they are endanred, though. I would guess it's because you don't know how to spell.

  3. There is a large market for anaconda products, and these snakes are also captured for the international pet trade. The trade of anacondas is regulated under CITES Appendix II, but illegal trade persists. Some countries have additional national laws making the trade of anaconda products illegal.

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  5. Mar 12, 2012 · No. Green anacondas are not endangered. Green anacondas grow much larger and stronger than yellow anacondas. Yellow anacondas are 10 to 15 ft long, and weigh 40 to 80 pounds.

  6. Aug 08, 2012 · CHART: The world's most endangered snakes The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species evaluates the conservation status of plant and animal species. The list is based on scientific assessment of an organism's status by experts.

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    • Green Anaconda - Also known as the water boa or the common anaconda, the green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) is a South American non-venomous species of boa.
    • Yellow Anaconda - The yellow anaconda or the Paraguayan anaconda (Eunectes notaeus) is a species of boa that is endemic to the wilds of South America.
    • Darkly-Spotted Anaconda - Commonly known as the De Schauensee’s anaconda or the dark-spotted anaconda, the Eunectes deschauenseei is a nonvenomous boa constrictor that is endemic to the northeastern parts of South America.
    • Bolivian Anaconda - Commonly known as the Beni anaconda or the Bolivian anaconda, the Eunectes beniensis is a nonvenomous species of Boa that is endemic to Bolivia’s Beni Province.
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