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Habitat

Food

Life Cycle

Fun Facts

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Anacondas are one of
the world's largest snakes.
These reptiles can be 20 feet
(6 meters) long. They weigh
up to 300 pounds
(136 kilograms).
Scales cover their bodies.

Habitat

Anacondas live near water.
Most anacondas live along
the Amazon River
in South America.
They are good swimmers.
Anacondas also crawl along
the ground and climb trees.

Food

Anacondas eat turtles, fish,
deer, and other animals.
They wrap their huge
bodies around prey.
Their large body muscles
squeeze animals to death.
They swallow prey whole.

Life Cycle

Male and female anacondas
mate in spring.
Females give birth
to a brood of live young.
Young anacondas care
for themselves from birth.

Fun Facts

  • Female anacondas are
    larger than males.
  • Anacondas can swim
    underwater for more than
    10 minutes.
  • An anaconda has
    100 teeth inside its mouth.

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