Being afraid of snakes sounds perfectly normal, as fear of these slithery creatures is one of the most common phobias. Scientists believe that most of us learn to fear snakes very quickly in life, and their features and habits give us the willies throughout our entire life!
Although they are not venomous, the strength and size of anacondas leave us horror-stricken! These snakes can remain underwater for up to 10 minutes.
When it notices the camera, it starts snooping around it, flicks its tongue, and swims off. To capture more footage, Bove, an expert shark diver, and underwater videographer, decided to follow it!
His video is a perfect opportunity to learn more about this amazing creature.
The green anaconda is the largest type of snake on earth, which can reach and up to 30ft (9.1 meters) in length, and 550 lbs (250 Kg) weight. This fast snake kills the victim by wrapping its body around it while constructing its breathing.
Green anacondas have a diverse local wildlife diet, which consists of turtles, wild pigs, capybaras, and even jaguars!