Yellow anacondas are not endangered.
Anacondas are not endangered, check IUCN Redlist.
Yes green anacondas do live in the rain forest
Large black caimans are known to eat green anacondas. Jaguars occasionally kill green anacondas.
Giant Green anacondas
There are two types of anacondas Albino anacondas and Green anacondas.
Green anacondas live in south America you can check if u g0 on 2 winklepedia the free enclopeada 'green anacondas., they also wiegh ninty-five kilograms it says
The green anaconda reproduces young green anacondas in several numbers. The young anacondas are later sent off by themselves to hunt and find living.
the anaconda is almost endangered. it is unknown to me how many there are
Green anacondas are known to attack and drown people.
Large black caimans and jaguars prey on green anacondas.
Green anacondas are recorded to attack and kill/wound people in water and on land.
Green anacondas grow much larger and stronger than yellow anacondas. Yellow anacondas are 10 to 15 ft long, and weigh 40 to 80 pounds. Green anacondas are 20 to 30 ft long, and weigh 200 to 550 pounds.
Green anacondas live in streams, creeks, and rivers of south america. They need water to survive.
No. Anacondas are still common, in no danger at present.
a green anacoda is a carnivore
nope there not
No. As with all snakes baby anacondas are on their own from day one.
No. Anacondas, like most boas, give live birth.
No. Anancondas are still common, but could be vulnerable to habitat loss.
No, but the anaconda breeds now in existence are endangered.