By Kelli Bender
Nov 13, 2012
Instead, the snakes were interested in rustling up their next meal, searching the murky bottom for fish and small animals.
very nice i like its
WOW! Magnificent Creature! I'm not afraid of reptiles but seeing how enormous this anaconda is gave me goosebumps! WOW!
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Anacondas don't attack anything they can't swallow. A full-grown man in diving gear? Hardly. Calling the snake deadly is misleading. Many Aquariums would to love to have this animal. I hope that (as human nature has proved) that no one tries to kill it. The article calls the snake a "predator." What does it think humans are?
This is fake. A 26 foot Anaconda would be a world record. If this were true, you'd have every single herpetologist in the world on the first plane they could get on to go to Brazil. But mostly this photo looks "photoshoped."
That snake is so adorable!! Wish it was me diving with that beautiful snakey!!
He So Kwazy!
You know there had to be 2 people in that water.