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  1. Janice Hiltred
    June 19, 2011

    Hello let me introuduce myself my name is Dr Janice Hiltred i am a snake specilist in mexio. Im not mexican i live there i was born in orlando florida in 1977. I then moved to mexico after graduating from university and then i travelled and also appeared in many documentries. Yes i must say this is very realistic document but there has been a new scientific break through in these complex reptiles. These are highly secure doccuments so unfortunally i cannot tell you them but i can tell you that these snakes are truly realated because of a new gene that scientists reacently discovered and thats all i can say because the scientist are very uptight cheaking every last detail making sure this is positivley true and trust me by the way the experemints are going it is. They hope to make a documentry about it all soon once there sucpicions are confirmed, so once its all out you can change this webste !!

    Kind Regards
    Dr Janice Hiltred

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    • vasily
      August 14, 2017

      WTF!!!!!!

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    • John reeves
      August 25, 2017

      Why comment and not give any info ? Idiot dr bulsh*

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    • KARAN RAVAL
      July 1, 2018

      Hiii sir I like yoru details about this reptiles and I want to know more about it and sir this is my what’s app no.+918140157511 contact me if you can thx

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    • Phil Yip
      September 15, 2018

      Ok , I see , it’s like if I tell you then I will have to kill you kind of top secrets stuff right ?

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    • coss
      December 28, 2018

      which versions are you talking about?

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      • Numma
        July 8, 2019

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      • Numma
        July 8, 2019

        Anyone want pythone snake skin reply me and what is the rate u will give reply

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    • Bob
      July 16, 2019

      I’m surprised and dismayed at the number of grammatical errors in your post. After four years of college and probably five years of graduate school, which includes writing numerous essays and articles, I expect your command of the language to be excellent. Because yours is at a more of a freshman high school level, I seriously doubt your credentials.

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      • Richardson MILTON
        December 18, 2019

        I agree!

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      • Favour
        October 19, 2020

        No one’s perfect man. Understand that!

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    • Miguel
      November 3, 2019

      Definitely the same…you can call my python anaconda. It’s big, heavy & long! It’s always hungry too.

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    • Alozie Favour
      October 19, 2020

      Well said ma’am.

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  2. Jaime Pretell
    February 25, 2012

    This answer is quite inaccurate. This is obvious when considering the Burmese python experience in Florida.

    “The anaconda is not a choosy eater. As long as the prey can be overpowered, then it is included in the anaconda menu. In fact, some anacondas can overpower a crocodile and eat it whole. The python however is a bit choosy with its choice of food. This giant snake loves to eat mammals and birds only.”
    “Anaconda is aquatic and lives in marshes, swamps, and rivers. It can swim very well. The anaconda’s eyes are located on top of its head. This allows the snake to see preys while submerged in the water. Meanwhile, the python loves to perch on trees and stay on drier land. This snake can see in the dark. That is why it can ambush hapless mammals and birds at night.”

    Burmese Pythons are readily hunting alligators in the water proving both these statements false.

    “The anaconda bites its prey and drowns the poor creature in the water. The python, on the other hand, constricts and crushes animals before eating them.”

    This is also false. As Anacondas do constrict their prey as well.

    http://youtu.be/b_r96ddefpk
    http://youtu.be/ubKAoEpvG7E

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    • informed
      April 15, 2013

      U guys r all idiots .its simple the retics an other pythons clearly hunt and kill the largest prey in an out the water.bitches

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      • jade
        November 4, 2017

        check the dr’s spelling mistakes……. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol

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      • Muftaah
        June 26, 2019

        Yes you are right……so many mistaked……..:-)

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    • Janne Gee
      April 8, 2019

      Yes they do constrict their prey along with having 6 rows of teeth. So when they bite down on their prey they don’t or can’t let go. They immediately start to wrap themselves around their prey. After less that 10 to 15 minutes they start to eat.

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  3. MrEARTHSHAcKER
    April 10, 2012

    Bitch please….

    Difference between Python and Anaconda:

    Anaconda – a snake
    Python – a programming language

    hahaha

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    • Rahul Sharma
      December 8, 2014

      exactly!

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      • Moe
        June 13, 2016

        Actually you’re both wrong.
        Anaconda= Nicki Minaj’s song
        Python = programming language

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      • Dany
        January 2, 2020

        Definitely laughing out loud!

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    • Doug
      August 13, 2016

      Lol! Good one.

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    • Robert Smeaton
      February 7, 2018

      Sorry to burst your bubble, but Anaconda is a free/open-source distribution of python.

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  4. Snake Charmer
    May 22, 2013

    OK well you did not read that carefully enough no where did he say pythons don’t go in water or hate to go in water they just stated pythons love to perch in trees and likes dry land. all reptiles love water that’s a secondary way for them get hydration

    “This giant snake loves to eat mammals and birds only.” is the only untrue statement in this

    I’m going to also state that Pythons are indigenous to south Asia and Sahara Africa
    not USA panama and other countries

    anaconda are more know to drown their prey but they do constrict as well
    pythons constrict not drown

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  5. Lilliana Fergusen
    November 5, 2014

    I found that this was an amazingly helpful sight. However, I live in south America so I know hope that I don’t run into an anaconda. I would most likely faint upon sighting one.

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    • snake hater
      November 5, 2014

      no kidding. It would probably think I was dead and end up eating me alive… *shudder, shudder*

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    • Peter furaha
      February 26, 2019

      I like that Lilliana

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  6. TheAjarn
    January 10, 2016

    our neighbours in Thailand set up a chicken coop on government land (illegally) and a giant anaconda devoured 4 of their chickens. It was a funny sight to see animal control drag the damn thing away with several noticeable bulges. Just recently my wife had to call animal control for another visitor in our mango tree: a nice Python that just finished off a squirrel.

    I think the article is pretty accurate. The anaconda surfaced after the big flood in 2011.

    Somebody gimme a cookie.

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    • jimmy
      June 29, 2017

      @ The Ajarn..there are no anaconda’s in Thailand, just pythons.

      @ everybody..Python’s and anaconda’s are not closely related. Python lay eggs while anaconda and other members of the boa family have life young

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  7. smart snake
    October 3, 2016

    all of you are wrong

    Anaconda; heavy snake

    Python ; long snake

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  8. PapaScot
    December 24, 2016

    Big snake little snake; bad! Dead snake; GOOD!!!!

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  9. Snakes
    June 23, 2017

    The longest Anaconda ever recorded was 29 ft.

    So you can update your info on the Anaconda length.

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  10. Odey Philip Odama
    October 30, 2017

    A Python sneaked at night to our house located within the polytechnic staff quarters here in Calabar. It successfully gained entrance through the kitchen door left unsecured and swallowed one of the pregnant ram. It could not move any further.

    They said the snake came because Marsh and water surrounding the housing estate.

    I think Python also live in marshy area.

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  11. Dr. Jona
    January 12, 2018

    Your all correct. (pff)

    Honestly, your all retarded.

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  12. Kathy
    February 26, 2018

    From past reading, it seems pythons are Old World constrictors (reticulated python being the longest), and the boas are the New World constrictors (anacondas, green, black or yellow being the bulkiest). A boa can live where it wants….Emerald Tree boas live in trees. Anacondas, because of their bulk, live in or near water, and anything living in the water usually gets quite large, from hippos to whales, alligators and crocodiles and sharks. There is evidence, by the way, that whales started out on land. But I digress. An anaconda has a pattern of dark round spots on its lighter green, yellow or grey body. There is a sand boa, an Emerald (green) Tree boa, and a few others. A reticulated python, like the anaconda, is sometimes big enough to eat a grown human. It happens. A Burmese python, also…almost got the owner of the snake emporium in Wisconsin Dells. The pythons are ornately patterned snakes, seeing how they live in trees. They need to look like leaves on the jungle floor, too. A 30 ft. python is lighter in weight than a 20 ft. anaconda. By the way, in The Jungle Book, it was a reticulated python that was trying to eat Mowgli, helping him to “stay in the jungle”. Now, I hope my spelling was good, even if I’m not a scientist, but I do have a degree in art and anthropology. You may not be impressed, but maybe the snakes are.

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  13. Rachel
    February 17, 2019

    If Janice is a doctor, then I would have no problem becoming one. At least, I can spell. Come on Janice, do you need a spelling tutor?? I’m available.

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  14. Lokoto
    July 8, 2019

    Evolution made anacondas give birth because they live in swampy areas not suitable for laying eggs and they easily adapted to drowning prey because they live and hunt in swamps, so for these reasons I believe they are from the same family, only different continents and conditions.

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  15. Steven
    August 19, 2019

    Thanks a lot for letting me know the difference and secrets behind them. Very helpful site.

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  16. Al Vance
    October 31, 2019

    Why not with chemicals kills all of the Phyons.
    In Vietnam we used Agent Orange. A chemical solution is absolute.
    Alva O Vance
    Co Founder Vietnam Vets for Freedom.

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  17. Emmanuel
    May 24, 2020

    Nice one! Well explained, the two big snakes confuses me. Both can eat human I guess

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  18. Ikechukwu Victor
    June 13, 2020

    This so helpful, wether the write up is right or wrong, all I know is that no matter the size of the snake either big or large, vanonus or no vanonus all there all deserve to be kill because they are treat to the humans environment.

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  19. Pam
    November 20, 2020

    This is for those who insist that someone isn’t a doctor, or any other profession, if they can’t spell. Most people who post will eventually make an error in spelling. It could be because of not proofreading before you post. Doesn’t matter. What does matter is that you all judged this person, and decided he or she was lying. No wonder we have so many problems in the world.

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