Anacondas eat a wide variety of animals such as wild pigs and goats. The massive snakes also eat a variety of reptiles. More »

The anaconda has the ability to consume a child or an adult with a thin-frame, but these occurrences are rare and there is little evidence to support them. The anaconda is able to swallow large prey due to its elastic ja... More »

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Although the green anaconda is native to the tropics of South America, it's also found in the wild in Florida. This is probably due to the escape or release of pet anacondas, the United States Geological Survey states. Y... More »

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Depending on boa constrictors' species and size, they prey upon lizards, frogs, birds, rodents and medium-sized mammals, such as monkeys and pigs. Boa constrictors live in diverse habitats in Africa, Asia, the Pacific Is... More »

The most common of the four species, green anacondas are large green snakes bearing asymmetrical black spots over their entire bodies, with the spots on the side having a yellow center. Reaching up to 29 feet and 550 pou... More »

In the wild, the average lifespan of an anaconda is roughly 10 years. In captivity, an anaconda can have a lifespan of up to about 30 years. More »

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It is unknown exactly how many green anacondas there are in the world, but according to the Atlanta Zoo, these snakes are not endangered in the wild. The area they live in has a low human density, plus they are large and... More »