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Crocodiles/Alligators vs Anacondas/Pythons

#241
06-08-2008 12:24 PM
Mr.White
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konoha wrote: hehe
no anacondas are the strongest animals in the entire world
the strength of 4 tons is the minimum they can use probably the little fracture of they’re muscle
they are much stronger
they can kill an elephant cause the people call it killer of elephants
probably they have the strength more then 100-300 tons
they have 290 muscles even more and 1 muscle is strong as the combined muscle power in a well trained human




Okay dude I think this statement of yours really needs
some serious attention if you really think an anaconda
can kill an elephant!!!! Even in heaven,theres no way
in HELL an anaconda can kill an elephant...NO WAYZ
So your a herpetologist right? Then my friend you
should know that big snakes at times die from
swallowing prey that is too large,and in this
case an elephant would be the reason for
those deaths.An anaconda can’t even
swallow an ordinary cow,how can it
swallow and kill an elephant? How?
The biggest land mammal and anaconda
has ever killed and eaton is a cayabara
(that weights 500 pounds).An elephant’s
weight is like tripple if not fourth of the
cayabara’s weight.So no I’m not going
to fall for those stories of anacondas
eating elephants,because thats like
saying Bruce Lee is alive!!!!!

#242
06-08-2008 12:40 PM
Mr.White
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konoha wrote: anacondas are the strongest and the most incredible creatures on the planet and they can kill an elephant (they can’t eat them but they can kill them)and the crocodile is no problem


by the way the longest anaconda registered and measured is long 24 meters

and people say that they saw an anaconda that stretches for 35-40m and they are perfect creatures




Okay I think I’ve resolved the issue of
an anacondas killing elephants so I’ll
put that to rest.On the crocodile issue,
I don’t think I made myself clear when
I said “ANACONDAS DON’T STAND A
CHANCE AGAINST ADULT CROCODILES”
Hey look kid,I know you dig anacondas
and theres nothing wrong with that.
I too will give these gaint snakes some
credit since they have been known to
attack jaguars and meduim sized
crocodiles.But the way you go
on about these snakes,it’s like
as if the anacondas your talking
about are the ones we see in movies
like Jenifer Lopez’s Anaconda and the
film Anacondas (2006).The longest
anaconda recorded was 10.5 meters
in length-not 24 meters.

You must realize that people who study big snakes
such as pythons and anacondas do give reasonable
amazing feats of anacondas.They themselves even
admit that anacondas do fall prey to crocodiles and
alligators,and they don’t even mention anything of
anacondas killing elephants.Anacondas main prey
are caimans (their favourite food) and they target
these creatures because their small and are also
smaller than thier relatives alligators.And by the
way,the Black caiman (the largest caiman in the
world) has been known to attack anacondas.

#243
06-09-2008 06:09 AM
Hank Xavouir
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You know Mr.White you talk like a herpetologist (a better one than konoha) because your statement makes so much better sense than konoha’s.

#244
06-09-2008 06:11 AM
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who is mr.White

#245
06-09-2008 03:57 PM
Mr.White
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Hank Xavouir wrote: You know Mr.White you talk like a herpetologist (a better one than konoha) because your statement makes so much better sense than konoha’s.



Me

#246
06-09-2008 03:58 PM
Mr.White
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needforspeedfreak wrote: who is mr.White



Me

#247
06-09-2008 03:59 PM
Mr.White
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Hank Xavouir wrote: You know Mr.White you talk like a herpetologist (a better one than konoha) because your statement makes so much better sense than konoha’s.



Why thank you...(I beg to differ)

#248
06-09-2008 11:11 PM
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I think....they r rarely met....! Only in africa...there r many spas they met face to face....! But alligator or croc...i don`t know which one live in semi sea water (salty) ....or which in rivers(no salt)...! Cuz...anaconda can`t live in salty water....near sea..! But in water...crocs r better.....i think...of course it depends on size...giant anaconda n giant crocs...crocs will win i think....! Think about the size of crocs in lake placid.....National geographic found a croc of that size outside in real world..! :P


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#249
06-10-2008 09:34 AM
Ryo Ketchum
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dukedas wrote: I think....they r rarely met....! Only in africa...there r many spas they met face to face....! But alligator or croc...i don`t know which one live in semi sea water (salty) ....or which in rivers(no salt)...! Cuz...anaconda can`t live in salty water....near sea..! But in water...crocs r better.....i think...of course it depends on size...giant anaconda n giant crocs...crocs will win i think....! Think about the size of crocs in lake placid.....National geographic found a croc of that size outside in real world..! :P




So it’s official,crocodiles win here

#250
06-13-2008 07:37 AM
Drew06
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Snakes are the most exaggerated creatures on the planet. Reality is never as exciting as hollywood. People seem to have some sort of juvinile alliance towards pythons and Anacondas. As big and powerful as these creatures are, they are not at the top of the food chain. There is no python is Asia that can match an adult Bengal Tiger. Jaguars are more than a match for adult Anacondas and it has been stated absolutely correctly that a large crocodile is far too much for any snake to contemplate attacking.

#251
06-13-2008 03:38 PM
Mr.White
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Drew06 wrote: Snakes are the most exaggerated creatures on the planet. Reality is never as exciting as hollywood. People seem to have some sort of juvinile alliance towards pythons and Anacondas. As big and powerful as these creatures are, they are not at the top of the food chain. There is no python is Asia that can match an adult Bengal Tiger. Jaguars are more than a match for adult Anacondas and it has been stated absolutely correctly that a large crocodile is far too much for any snake to contemplate attacking.




Thank you Drew Barrymore (hey just kidding),at least you know your stuff

#252
06-19-2008 06:35 PM
Rex6
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The Largest snakes today are green anacondas.They are usually 16.4 to 18.1 feet although there are some records of 30+foot anacondas but this is very,very rare.

#253
06-20-2008 07:59 AM
Ryo Ketchum
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Rex6 wrote: The Largest snakes today are green anacondas.They are usually 16.4 to 18.1 feet although there are some records of 30+foot anacondas but this is very,very rare.



Rex"6” right? Cool name

#254
06-21-2008 01:07 PM
Mr.White
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Yeah like the one in Days of our Lives

#255
06-26-2008 09:22 PM
metalofice
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Iwould like to know where dark as the moon got his info about the crushing stregth of anacondas/

#256
07-06-2008 02:17 PM
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There have been numerous claims of crocodiles in the 30 foot range for instance the largest reported was 33 feet and was so large only it’s head,which was estimated to have weighed 600 pounds.Although later on the skull was then found to have come from a crocodile 15.7 feet long.Another skull of a claimed 29 foot monster was later determaned to have come from a crocodile 16.4 feet long.The Largest measured saltwater crocodile was believed to have measured 28 feet long.

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07-06-2008 02:18 PM
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killed?

#258
08-08-2008 06:32 PM
Rexio
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snakes

#259
08-08-2008 06:44 PM
Rexon
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Anacondas-size
Anacondas are huge animals reaching lengths of 9m(30ft) and can measure 1m(3ft) in the middle.There are even numerous reports of snakes ranging up to 40-50m(120-150ft)but these are hard to verify.Today your average anaconda usually gets 4-6m(16-20ft). Large indiviuals may reach weighs of 550 pounds
or quarter of a ton.

The largest living reptile in terms of mass is the Saltwater crocodile. These are monstrous creatures that may reach 7m(23ft) although the largest was measured as being 8m(27ft) long.There are many unconfirmed claims of salties being larger than this . Large specimens may reach weighs of 1-1 and a half (2,000-3,000)pounds the largest was said to have weighed 2tons(4,100)pounds.

#260
08-08-2008 07:37 PM
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Well, snakes eat caimans, but they’re much smaller.


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