Yellow anacondas are not endangered.
No. Green anacondas are not endangered.
Anacondas are not endangered, check IUCN Redlist.
the anaconda is almost endangered. it is unknown to me how many there are
No. Anacondas are still common, in no danger at present.
No, but the anaconda breeds now in existence are endangered.
Anacondas are endangered because other animals are eating them. I'm not sure why they are endanred, though. I would guess it's because you don't know how to spell.
Because humans are destroying the snakes naturalhabitat !
In the South American tropical rainforest a carnivorous reptile that is the longest snake lives there. Anacondas live in the rainforest where they can eat and swallow animals to survive. Anacondas are at the top of the food chain of the rainforest but they are endangered animals because humans hunt them. Other animals hunt small anacondas because after reproduction they live by themselves. Anacondas have adapted with their anatomy and characteristics.
Anacondas are deadly
anacondas are not terortorial
There are two types of anacondas Albino anacondas and Green anacondas.
other anacondas and people
No. Anacondas are not native to Australia.
No anacondas are larger.
Anacondas do not have a rattle to shake.
Anacondas will anything their size.
No, anacondas do not eat leaves.
Anacondas are dangerous if left around children.
No. Anacondas are among the largest snakes in the world.
Yellow anacondas are prey to caimans and jaguars.
Anacondas diet includes turtles.