Is this THE WORLD’S BIGGEST SNAKE? We just saw a very Terrifying 33ft anaconda discovered lurking in caves near dam construction site in Brazil, where it was shocking removed by Construction workers
The Workers who are in Brazil, also released a video clip, which shows the size of the massive beast’s body that measures one METRE across.
In all honesty, this is one of the Biggest live snake we’ve ever come across. THIS is the moment a gigantic 33-FEET-long anaconda was found by terrified builders on a construction site in Brazil, the question which is left unanswered is “How long has this snake been hiding?”.
The huge reptile, when weighs, is a whopping 63 stone, was discovered by the workers after they carried out a controlled explosion in the Cave of Altamira, which is located in the northern state of Para.
According to a video footage which has just gone viral, This Video which was taken by one of the crew, shows this huge snake’s enormous body – which measures one metre in diameter.
After making the frightening discovery in their construction site, all workers stopped their work and decide to help move the enormous snake, the workers chained the animal to a crane and lifted it up to reveal its yellow spotted under belly – a move which was criticised in the comments when the clip was uploaded to the world biggest Video website, YouTube.
Some comments also claimed that the construction builders killed the snake, rather than leave it in its natural habitat. However, we have not yet confirmed this news.
Anacondas: The facts
-The anaconda is a member of the boa constrictor family
-South America’s green anaconda is the largest snake in the world
-The reticulated python can reach similar lengths but isn’t as fat
-They have been known to grow to 29ft and weigh 227kgs
-The females are larger than the males
-They typically live in swamps, marshes and slow moving streams in the tropical rain forests
-They eat wild pigs, deer, birds, turtles and even jaguars
-Anacondas are nonvenomous constrictors
-They can go months without food after a big meal
-Their lifespan in the wild is about 10 years