A scuba diver comes face to face with a seven meter long giant Anaconda

A scuba diver comes face to face with a 7 meter long giant Anaconda

That anacondas are not as aggressive as they are believed to be. BUT I don’t want to face this.

And these amazing king snakes are really as magnificent as they are made out to be in popular films.

Bartolomeo Bove and his buddy Juca Yagarape came face to face with a giant green anaconda. The two friends were diving in the Formoso river in Brazil, in July when they came in to exposure to this giant reptile.

The Bonito location are the only locations in South America right here anacondas can be located in crystal clear waters, and therefore diving with them is possible.

The anaconda swims calm and peaceful completely indifferent to our presence. In some cases she comes closer, curious about my camera, licking the lens.

Bove claimed: The habits of the anaconda debunks the myth that it is an aggressive and terrible creature that can endanger people’s lives.

The green anaconda is the greatest species of snake in the globe and can grow up to 30ft lengthy (9.1 meters) and weight 550 lbs (250 Kg).

They relocate truly quick, [ki.lli.ng] their prey by constricting its breathing, wrapping their titan and equally powerful bodes around the prey. They can swallow victims much larger than themselves thanks to their ability to unhinge their jaws.

Lucky for the guy … I have a really feeling the snake was complete and that’s why the snake didn’t give him a hug.
That Anaconda might not want none … that’s assuming that you don’t have buns hun… Every pet is various. Just because this isn’t Aggressive, does not mean others aren’t.

Much like humans; they do not all have the same personality.