Green Anaconda, Common Anaconda (Eunectes murinus)

Habitat :

Lives in wetlands on open plains and rivers in tropical forests.

Food :

Normally feed on large rodents, tapirs, capybaras, dears, peccaries, fishes, turtles, birds, sheeps, dogs and aquatic reptiles like caimans

Behavior :

Hunts by ambushing prey near the water then constricting it.

Current Status :

Conservation Status CITES : Appendix II

Reproductive :

An viviparous, mean not lay eggs but give baby snake birth about 20-80 from the period after fertilize until hatch inside about 6-7 month

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Update : 06 April 2017