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In Search of the Giant Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus): Video

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In Search of the Giant Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus): Video

A short film detailing my lengthy quest to find a Green Anaconda in the Peruvian Amazon.
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Anaconda Devours Huge Meal | Monster Snakes

The anaconda is the largest snake in the world and it will stealthily take down prey.
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Fishermen Unluckily Goes Into Giant Anaconda's Hunting Land And Takes The Consequence

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Diver has incredible face to face encounter with giant anaconda.

A scuba diver in Brazil comes face to face with a 7-metre-long giant anaconda while exploring a river.

Filmed on July 29, Bartolomeo Bove and friend Juca Ygarape came across a huge snake lurking in the waters of the Formoso River.

The diving duo film the reptile as it inspects the camera held in front of it before slithering off across the riverbed.

The filmer, Bove, told Newsflare: The rivers and the bodies of water around the Bonito area are the only places in South America where Anacondas can be found in crystal clear waters, and therefore diving with them is possible.

As shown in the footage the anaconda swims calm and peaceful, completely indifferent to our presence, some times she comes closer curious about my camera licking the lens.

The behaviour of the anaconda debunks the myth that it is an aggressive and violent creature that can endanger people's life.

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This Huge Snake Was Seen Swimming In The Amazon River||MY VILLEGE

This huge snake was seen swimming in the Amazon river by a helecopter pilot who informed the government authorities which later sent its people to capture it.

Green Anaconda fun. The biggest snake species in the world.

Due to the quarantine state of the virus, Dave and Jeremy will be making short educational videos highlighting the animals they work with on a daily basis and use in shows as animal ambassadors. Today is all about the mighty Green Anaconda or Eunectes murinus.

The BIGGEST SNAKE Ever ! TITANOBOA

We know the anacondas, boas, pythons, but have you heard about the Titanoboa? It is the queen of snakes and is also the largest ever known.

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Its scientific name is Titanoboa Cerrejonensis, because it was discovered in the Cerrejón coal mines, located in the State of La Guajira, in Colombia. In this place, the geologist Henry Garcia found a strange fossil in 1994. He labeled it a petrified branch and stored it in a counter in the mine's facilities.

The discovery was not free of challenges. To know what the titanoboa was feeding on and what its true size was, the head was needed. Until then, mining activity had helped the discovery of new species. While more layers of land miners extracted, more species were found and they seemed to be increasingly older. The problem was that this time the miners had announced that they were going to start digging in lower strata and that all the land from the time of the titanoboa would be removed, losing any trace of it. The paleontologists had to hurry.
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Anaconda Grabs and Swallows Pig in Outside Enclosure

Green anaconda eats a large feeder pig. Beauty of nature.

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Video taken on March 31, 2017 of a large Anaconda eating a feeder pig.

The green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) is the largest snake in the world by weight, and the second longest.

Shows the pterygoid walk of snake's jaws. Quadrate bones at back of snake's skulls at attachment points to lower jaws are not rigidly attached. They pivot allowing vertical and horizontal rotation. This allows ingestion of large prey such as this pig.

This video focuses on the science of snake behavior to support a master's thesis. Video is for citation for junior high school, high school science reports.

Super-sized meals such as this pig do not intimidate snakes. Unlike a mammalian jaw which is built for brute chewing or biting force -- as you can see in this video -- a snake's jaws are connected with tendons and ligaments that gives it a gymnast's flexibility.

A snake's lower jaw is not joined at the front by a rigid symphysis as mammal jaws are, but by an elastic ligament that allows the two halves to spread apart, connected in front by an elastic ligament. Each half of lower jaw moves independently. Quadrate bones at the back of snake's skulls at attachment points to lower jaws, are not rigidly attached. They pivot allowing vertical and horizontal rotation. This allows ingestion of large prey such as this pig.

Jaws of snakes do not dislocate. One of the enduring myths of snake feeding mechanisms is that the jaws detach. They stay connected all the time. As seen in the video, the two lower jaws move independently of one another. The quadrate bone is not rigidly attached to the skull, but articulates with the skull at one end and is therefore free moving.

Video shows the “transport cycle” to get the pig into the python's belly. Called a pterygoid walk, the python opens its jaw and alternately ratchets its upper jaw over the surface of the meal, in turn “walking” its mouth over and around the prey.

Filmed with the University of Guadalajara for Biological and Agricultural Sciences, the division of Biological and Environmental Science Division, at the department of Botany and Zoology.

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The Anaconda is a Heavyweight of Snakes | Nat Geo Wild

The anaconda is the heaviest snake in the world, and can grow to be nearly the length of a school bus.
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In Search of the Giant Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus): Video

A short film detailing my lengthy quest to find a Green Anaconda in the Peruvian Amazon.
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The green anaconda lives in northern southamerica along rivers and streams such as amazon, orinoco or apure or in big swamp areas such as the venezuelan wetlands known as los llanos. It is the worlds heaviest snake !

Giant anaconda in the Amazon rainforest - Close encounter!

The Amazon rainforest in Peru’s Madre de Dios region is well known for its incredible biodiversity. Taking a walk under the canopy is always an adventure into the unknown, and you never know what incredible thing you might find around the next corner.

In this video Max Withey, one of our resident naturalists here in Peru, recounts how he got the sighting of a lifetime. He accidentally stumbles upon a true Amazonian monster -- a 5 meter (16 ft) anaconda (Eunectes murinus) lying in ambush in a tiny stream…

Green anacondas are solitary top predators that inhabit the swamps, marshes and slow-moving rivers of the Amazon rainforest. To find one in a tiny stream like this is exceptionally lucky. They are ambush hunters that conceal themselves underwater and strike at their unsuspecting prey when they come for a drink. The unlucky animal is constricted and essentially suffocated and crushed to death, definitely not a pleasant way to go. But the animal dies so that the anaconda can live.

Anacondas are the world's heaviest snake (up to 250 kg/550 pounds) and can also grow incredibly long, up to 5 meters or more (more than 16 ft).
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Eunectes murinus - Video Learning - WizScience.com

Eunectes murinus , commonly known as the green anaconda, is a non-venomous boa species found in South America. It is the largest, heaviest, and second longest known extant snake species. The term anaconda often refers to this species, though the term could also apply to other members of the genus Eunectes. Other common names include common anaconda and water boa.



The green anaconda is the world's heaviest and one of the world's longest snakes, reaching 5.21 m long. More typical mature specimens reportedly can range up 5 m, with the females, at around a mean length of 4.6 m, being generally much larger in adulthood than the male, which averages around 3 m. Weights are less well studied, though will reportedly range from 30 to in an average-range adult. It is the largest snake native to the Americas. Although it is slightly shorter than the Reticulated python, it is far more robust: the bulk of a 4.5m green anaconda would be comparable to a 7.4m reticulated python. Eunectes murinus is probably the heaviest extant species of snake or squamate in the world, perhaps only rivaled by the Komodo dragon. Reports of anacondas 35–40 feet or even longer also exist, but such claims need to be regarded with caution, as no specimens of such lengths have ever been deposited in a museum and hard evidence is lacking. A $50,000 cash reward is offered for anyone who can catch an anaconda 30 ft or longer, but the prize has not been claimed yet. The longest verified specimen encountered by Dr. Jesús Antonio Rivas, who had examined thousands of anacondas, was a female measuring 521 cm long and weighing 97.5 kg.



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Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus) in the wild

While carrying out fieldwork in the Rio Olha d'Agua in Mato Grosso do Sul, we came across this 3.5m Green Anaconda

Catching a wild Green Anaconda (Eunectes murinus) in central Veneuzela. 2007.

I finally unearthed some footage that I had feared was lost, but turned out to be secure!

The title pretty much says it all. I caught this amazing snake in its swampy habitat, handled it for a few minutes and then released it back into the wild. It was sooooo powerful and beautiful - an amazing creature and a blessing to encounter! 2007.

Scuba diver comes face to face with a seven-meter long Anaconda underwater

Brazilian scuba diver Bartolomeo Bove has proven to the world in an incredible video that the largest species of snakes, the giant, green anaconda, are not aggressive as they are often misunderstood to be.
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GIANT ANACONDA Sheds Skin--Frightens People in Pool

Giant anaconda sheds 18-foot (5.5M) long skin!
Satisfying to watch.

Snakes are lovable members of the family. ❤

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Inspired by our behind-the-scenes friend at Coyote Peterson's Brave Wilderness. Many thanks for tips, hints, and inspiration. We love you guys; keep up the great work!

Video taken on September 30, 2019 of an anaconda (Eunectes murinus) shedding her skin.

The green anaconda is the largest snake in the world by weight, and second longest.

अपनी दावत का आनंद लेती छिपकली
यह एक बोहत ही प्यारी छिपकली है। हम उससे बहुत प्यार करते हैं।
कतरने वाले जानवर जैसे चूहे मॉनिटर छिपकली के प्राकृतिक आहार का एक महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा हैं।

Isang bayawak nasisiyahan sa pagkain. Ito ay isang malambing at mapagmahal na bayawak. Mahal na mahal namin siya. Ang mga daga ay importanteng bahagi ng minomotor na natural na diyeta ng isang bayawak.

Kadal suka makan. Ini adalah kadal yang manis dan lucu. Kami sangat menyayanginya. Hewan pengerat adalah bagian penting dari diet alami kadal.

ஒரு பல்லி ஒரு விருந்தை அனுபவிக்கிறது.

இது ஒரு இனிமையான அன்பான பல்லி. நாம் அதை மிகவும் நேசிக்கிறோம்.
கொறிக்கும் பிராணிகள் ஒரு மானிட்டர் பல்லியின் இயற்கை உணவில் முக்கியமான பகுதியாகும்.

ఒక బల్లి ఒక విందు ఆనందిస్తుంది. ఇది ఒక మంచి ప్రేమించదగిన బల్లి. మాకు అది అంటే ఎంతో ఇష్టం. ఎలుకలు మానిటర్ బల్లి యొక్క సహజ ఆహారంలో ముఖ్యమైన భాగం.

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