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Thursday, January 21, 2010

The Biggest Snake On Earth

An Indonesian caught a 14.85m long Python weighing 447kg, in the jungle of the western part of  Sumatra Island. Up to now, this python is regarded as the world’s largest snake. It was captured. The owner of the snake later sold this snake to a park and the staff at the park gave it a name as “guihua”. “guihua” here, in general, refers to a type of a flower.





This snake was discovered in the Amazon Rain Forest and it is the world’s largest snake. It can grow up to a maximum of 10m and weight in more than 225kg. It likes to swim in water, and sometimes it survives in the mud or in shallow water. It feeds on turtles, dolphins, tapir, and even 2 ½ m long alligator can become its prey. It chokes its prey to death before swallowing it and it can go with an empty stomach for few weeks to sustain its live. It gives birth to 70 small snakes. These vulnerable small snakes are more likely to be eaten by alligators along the shore, but when they grow bigger, the alligators will become the food that they feed on.


They are believed to be the world’s heaviest snake. They like to live in swamp, shallow river and slow moving river. They are most active at night, but sometimes you may encounter they have their bodies sunbathing along the shore. Living in the tropical regions of South America, it is also regarded as the world’s largest snake. Adult snake can grow to more than 10m long or more.
 


This long snake has its eyes on its head to ease its movement under the water. Adult snake can catch a meter long crocodile easily. It has been a record that this snake has eaten an American Jaguar within a few minutes. It lays eggs with each snake has a length of 60cm. Its huge body, amazing energy and scary attack has included it as the scariest creature to be scared by other animals in the food chain. Its attack is just like a movie of “anaconda” that you may have watched. When the living thing is being captured by this snake, it will get hold of its prey tightly and later a bone fracture sound can be heard.




The Lives Photo Of Snake Swallowing Kangaroo.


Have you ever thought of how the snake, particularly the python captured a Kangaroo and then eating it greedily and cruelly? Now, see yourself the whole process on how the python is swallowing the kangaroo.
 


















44 comments:

  1. EW! that's disturbing.

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  2. what the f**k. where did that thing that it ate go

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  3. pure awesomeness!

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  4. wow! that's incredible and grose at the same time.

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  5. OMG!!!!! those animal pictures are soooo sad!! i cried!!!!

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  6. Oh my gosh! Scary!! Are there really snakes that big ???

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  7. wtf!!!!!!!!!!! that ish is disgusting

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  8. big snack i wonts had a sidewinder...

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  9. that's THUGLIFE... CHICAGO S SIDE G ... 119TH ST BOYZ

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  10. what the
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  11. it's amazing and disgusting at the same damn time!!!!

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  12. how does it digest it

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  13. I have goose bumps just watching this.

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  14. That snake is going to need a laxative !

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  15. This was by far the coolest thing I've ever seen!

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  16. TJOO....the mouth just expand and expand..GOD!

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  17. That snake takes it like a good women!!!!: )












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  27. it is not at all disguisting, its rather beautiful to see tht such creatures exist .like we have food they have their ways to eat .. i m pretty amused by snakes n waiting to see such huge one once in my lifetime.

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