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Green anaconda
2014-11-10 07:20:33

Biologist and herpetologist Lisa Powers weighs in on Discovery Channel's upcoming special "Eaten Alive."

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Green anaconda, Eunectes murinus
2014-01-10 16:04:40

The Eunectes murinus commonly known as the green anaconda is known for its great swimming and mice hunting. This non-venomous boa is found primarily in South America. Other locations include Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay. These locations are abundant in swamps, marshes, and slow-moving streams with tropical rainforests. The green anaconda is much more stealthy and sleek in the water which allows them to hunt much more efficiently there, rather than on land....

2007-02-19 03:22:53

The Mussurana, Pseudoboa clelia Serié, is a species of colubrid snake common from Guatemala to Brazil. Their preferred habitat is dense ground-level vegetation and its habit is Diurnal. This particular snake feeds on other snakes and is immune to the venom of the snakes it does consume. However it is not immune to the venom of the coral snake. It feeds on small mammals when snakes are not present. The Mussurana has a length of 60 - 63 inches, but it can grow up to 95 inches. When young,...

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