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Anaconda Snakes

For a school project :/
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Trevor Gann

on 7 June 2011

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Transcript of Anaconda Snakes

Anaconda Snakes An anaconda is a large, non-veminous snake found in tropical South America. The green anaconda is the largest snake in the world, when both weight and length are considered. An anaconda can reach a length of
30 feet (9 meters) and weigh up to 550 pounds (227 kilograms). a Prezi by Trevor Gann To picture how big that is, if about five ten-year olds lie down head-to-foot, they'd be about the length of this huge snake. And it'd take about 11 kids to weigh as much as one anaconda. These snakes can be as big as a grown man. They have some giant relavtives, too. The green anaconda is a member of a family of snakes called constrictors. Constrictors are not venimous snakes. They don't kill prey by delivering venom through a bite. Instead, constrictors wrap around their prey and squeeze until they stop breathing. The giant snake opens its mouth wide enough to swallow it's victim - sometimes fish or caiman (relatives of crocodiles) and even jaguars and small deer. Anaconda jaws are held together with stretchy ligaments so they can open wide to swallow prey whole. Open wide! Insert cheeseburger here Kthxbai Feeling scared now? Don't worry! Anacondas are only found in South America, and unless you're 3 years old, it could never open it's jaws wide enough to swallow a human.
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