Filed under Constrictors, Snake bites by ssnake | 13 comments
This guy is crazy! Coming across this middle size anaconda he starts to wrestle it.
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This video is sick! Anaconda snakes has got high strength and attacking power, but it is nonvenomous. This snake mainly eats amphibious animals like frog, fish, and birds etc. They spend lot of their life time in the dark waters.
this really cool how he can control that serpent . I really wish I could do that and post it on youtube it will really get a million hits
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how this could be possible.I am pretty impressed to see this. wow this is big.
Anaconda is too dangerous.it is a great show in earth really
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The video is really a great show and very scary. I enjoyed this video.
it is an interesting video on snake. It is also a rare one. I am so much frightened of snake also
It is a horrible video. Once I have watched something like this in discovery. can you share more videos like this?
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