The green anaconda is the second-biggest snake in the world. They can grow up to 22 feet (7 m). It would be difficult to see the length when it's swimming. They can weigh over 550 pounds and eat large animals and sometimes devour humans.
The main home of the Anaconda is in the Amazon Rainforest. Anacondas like to hang out at river and swamps. Sometimes they live in trees.
They are not venomous but they're are in the boa constrictor family of snakes. This means they can strangle. They eat fish, birds, and a variety of mammals -- anything they can overpower.
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