The Anaconda, reaching a recorded length of 33 feet, is one of the world's largest snakes. Native to regions of the Amazon basin, this constrictor lies in wait, grabs, coils and slowly squeezes its prey until asphyxiation occurs. An adult anaconda feeds on small deer, large rodents and other medium sized vertebrates. Despite popular myth, there has never been a confirmed human death caused by the anaconda.
Skull Length 14.5cm (5.7in)
Origin: South America
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