Snakes in a river

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A group of Brazilians got a shock when they discovered a giant anaconda swimming in a river. The footage, which claims to feature the largest anaconda ever found, shows the huge snake swimming through the river. While the men’s treatment of the snake is questionable, as well as downright stupid, it seems the snake has already eaten something else from shape of its stomach.

And we thought crocodiles were bad! 

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Written by SJ


Total Comments: 4
  1. 0

    You would have to be a “nut case” to grab the snake by its tail. What if it threw its head around and leapt into the boat. The boat people would then be running on water to get away. Sheer madness.

  2. 0

    He obviously has no idea of the danger of snakes or is just stupid.

  3. 0

    What a stupid fat man!

  4. 0

    The snake looks like it has already had a Brazilian and not happy about it.



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