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Crocodiles/Alligators vs Anacondas/Pythons

#321
06-01-2009 02:47 PM
crocodiles rule
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ive seen n alligator kill a 13 foot python look on youtube dick head crocs are bigger than alligators anacondas never tackle a fully grown caiman because big caiman eat acondas what do u think wouldhappen with a gigantic salt water crocodile or any other crocodilian that gets big an anconda could coil around a crocodile a croc would drown a snake a croc could ho is breath for 2 hrs a snake could hold for 20 min a croc a drown a anconda b biee snake in half or c te crocs death role would tear the anaconda in peacies i u ont know what ur takin bout than shut up crocs fuckin eat any snake big of snall anacondasea small caiman bg deal big gators,crocs,and caiman eat pytons and anacondas a size i live in braizl i seen big caiman and cocs eat big anacondas.

#322
06-01-2009 02:50 PM
crocodiles rule
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ive seen n alligator kill a 13 foot python look on youtube dick head crocs are bigger than alligators anacondas never tackle a fully grown caiman because big caiman eat acondas what do u think wouldhappen with a gigantic salt water crocodile or any other crocodilian that gets big an anconda could coil around a crocodile a croc would drown a snake a croc could hold its breath for 2 hrs a snake could hold for 20 min a croc a drown a anconda b biee snake in half or c te crocs death role would tear the anaconda in peacies i u ont know what ur takin bout than shut up crocs fuckin eat any snake big of snall anacondasea small caiman bg deal big gators,crocs,and caiman eat pytons and anacondas a size i live in braizl i seen big caiman and cocs eat big anacondas.

#323
06-01-2009 03:13 PM
liamiswolverine
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Firstly there are no reports of caimen feeding on adult green anacondas secondly even yellow anacodas are preditors of caimens, no alliagator coexists with green anaconda, reports of burmese python tackling alligators and burmese python are nothing compared to anaconda, n yeas i do agree large saltwater crocodiles can defeat green anaconda but it isnt a mismatch i would say 50/50 depending on who struck first, alot of experts will agree with me here anacondas are formidable foes for any crocodile and the guy before stating an ancondas biteforce, biteforce is irrelevant for anacondas as they dont use their bite to kill unlike crocodiles they use it to latch on whilst they constrict,also i agree a large python probs would lose to a large crocodile due to their slender body but unlike pythons anacondas are sheer bulk which i think helps them overcome most crocodiles,large caimen can take yellow anaconda and medium and small greens but a large green will win in most circumstances. And a large anaconda will most likely leave big caimen alone due to the fact they are to big to eat and whats the point of killing something you cant eat, http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://big_game.at.infoseek.co.jp/combat/cb19/constrict4.jpg&imgrefurl=http://en.allexperts.com/q/Interspecies-Conflict-3754/2008/1/Crocodile-snake-fights-1.htm&usg=__W5oVsRKDSAgR57gbCXuFE173Y90=&h=202&w=270&sz=12&hl=en&start=5&um=1&tbnid=aS_lJZOEMGku5M:&tbnh=85&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Danaconda%2Bvs%2Bcaiman%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26um%3D1, This is a large croc and a yellow anaconda going toe to toe and the pic clearly shows the anaconda taking the lead. case closed

#324
06-02-2009 08:02 AM
Ryo Ketchum
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liamiswolverine wrote: Firstly there are no reports of caimen feeding on adult green anacondas secondly even yellow anacodas are preditors of caimens, no alliagator coexists with green anaconda, reports of burmese python tackling alligators and burmese python are nothing compared to anaconda, n yeas i do agree large saltwater crocodiles can defeat green anaconda but it isnt a mismatch i would say 50/50 depending on who struck first, alot of experts will agree with me here anacondas are formidable foes for any crocodile and the guy before stating an ancondas biteforce, biteforce is irrelevant for anacondas as they dont use their bite to kill unlike crocodiles they use it to latch on whilst they constrict,also i agree a large python probs would lose to a large crocodile due to their slender body but unlike pythons anacondas are sheer bulk which i think helps them overcome most crocodiles,large caimen can take yellow anaconda and medium and small greens but a large green will win in most circumstances. And a large anaconda will most likely leave big caimen alone due to the fact they are to big to eat and whats the point of killing something you cant eat, http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://big_game.at.infoseek.co.jp/combat/cb19/constrict4.jpg&imgrefurl=http://en.allexperts.com/q/Interspecies-Conflict-3754/2008/1/Crocodile-snake-fights-1.htm&usg=__W5oVsRKDSAgR57gbCXuFE173Y90=&h=202&w=270&sz=12&hl=en&start=5&um=1&tbnid=aS_lJZOEMGku5M:&tbnh=85&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Danaconda%2Bvs%2Bcaiman%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26um%3D1, This is a large croc and a yellow anaconda going toe to toe and the pic clearly shows the anaconda taking the lead. case closed




Okay guys there are few things that need to be sorted out here because we are going in circles here. First, let’s start with the battle between the caiman and the anaconda

Anaconda vs Caiman
It is clearly said that the anaconda is the common
preditor of the caiman i.e. the spectacled caiman
Anacondas usually attack caimans that are small or
even meduim sized, they never attack large caimans
such as the Black caiman (the biggest caiman relative). The battle between the black caiman and
green anaconda can go either way, but the caiman (given it’s larger and heavier size) has more winning chances than the snake.


Anaconda vs Alligator
There have been reports of anacondas taking alligators and alligators taking anacondas. The American Alligator (the biggest alligator relative) is found in South America and shares the
lake with another preditor-the anaconda. Now, just
like the same issue with the caiman, the anaonda targets small alligators or even meduim sized ones. Experts even say this, anacondas don’t attack large alligators becuase they usually end up as dinner. The American alligator on the other hand has been known to attack anacondas-large or small liamiswolverine. But at times when these two
reptiles meet, the match ends up as a draw with both competiters swimming away.


Anaconda vs Crocodile (part 1)
Lastly (and my favourite) we get to this issue, the crocodile and the anaconda. The Saltwater Crocodile (also known as the Ornico crocodile) grows up to 10 meters while the anaconda (yellow) grows up to 10.5 meters. Now the battle between the two will just remain a “dream match” since these reptiles share a completely different enviroment. The battle could occur if stupid people would dump the anacondas in the habits (not
to mention Foreign policy) of the Ornico crocodile
just like what some guys do when they dump pythons in alligator infested swamps. So what would happen if “there was a slight chance” the green anaconda met the saltwater crocodile? Eh I’ll get back to this one...


Crocodile vs python
Now this is more of a realistic approach since conflicts between crocodiles and pythons are “much” more common than anacondas. In water (just like the anaconda), enemies of pythons are crocodiles. In Africa, Nile crocodiles have been reported to attack and eat large South African Rock pythons. In Asia, the Mugger crocodile has been reported to attack large Indian pythons!!!!!!
The anaconda of course is bigger than than these snakes, so let’s compare it to the snake that is long as (or longer) than it-the Reteculated python

Now I’ve seen reports myself on the conflicts of the reteculated python and saltwater crocodile, and the battle usually prevailed to the croc. If the battle took place on land and the python managed to coil itself around the crocodile, obvoisly the croc would roll around trying to break itself free. But the rolling and movement of
the croc would damage the snake because a large Saltwater crocodile almost weights a ton. The snake would have two chooses, uncoil itself (big mistake) to avoid being “crushed” to death by the crocodile or hang on until it tires itself out. The victory here liamiswolverine clearly goes to the crocodile, no question about it.


Anaconda vs crocodile (part 2)
Sorry for dropping off this topic but I wanted to make a an example of a fight between a python and a crocodile. Like I said, this match will never happen as both reptiles share a completely different habit. If however this match occured, a battle between a fully grown green anaconda and an
adult saltwater crocodile? I’m quite sure that the crocodile would win the match, just like the example of a fight between the croc and python on
land, the anaconda would damage itself it coiled around the crocodile and the crocodile was moving
up and about. So the crocodile clearly wins here,
even experts say a fully grown snake stands no chance against a fully grown alligator or crocodile.


Okay before I leave off I will give the green anaconda some credit though, the only “fully grown” preditor I see the anaconda taking out is the jaguar-not the crocodile. Unless if the crocodile was old, weak or injured somehow, then the anaconda wins the battle and that goes for the
alligator and caiman as well. Either than that, the crocodile/alligator rule the lakes here!!!!!!!

#325
06-03-2009 03:31 AM
Hank Xavoiur
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Theres no better way of putting it Ryo, I’m sure statistics and experts would totally agree if they saw this statement.
It’s clear, straight to the point and actually points out clear stipulations concering these different types of reptiles.

#326
06-05-2009 04:23 AM
Max Lougan
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liamiswolverine wrote: Firstly there are no reports of caimen feeding on adult green anacondas secondly even yellow anacodas are preditors of caimens, no alliagator coexists with green anaconda, reports of burmese python tackling alligators and burmese python are nothing compared to anaconda, n yeas i do agree large saltwater crocodiles can defeat green anaconda but it isnt a mismatch i would say 50/50 depending on who struck first, alot of experts will agree with me here anacondas are formidable foes for any crocodile and the guy before stating an ancondas biteforce, biteforce is irrelevant for anacondas as they dont use their bite to kill unlike crocodiles they use it to latch on whilst they constrict,also i agree a large python probs would lose to a large crocodile due to their slender body but unlike pythons anacondas are sheer bulk which i think helps them overcome most crocodiles,large caimen can take yellow anaconda and medium and small greens but a large green will win in most circumstances. And a large anaconda will most likely leave big caimen alone due to the fact they are to big to eat and whats the point of killing something you cant eat, http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://big_game.at.infoseek.co.jp/combat/cb19/constrict4.jpg&imgrefurl=http://en.allexperts.com/q/Interspecies-Conflict-3754/2008/1/Crocodile-snake-fights-1.htm&usg=__W5oVsRKDSAgR57gbCXuFE173Y90=&h=202&w=270&sz=12&hl=en&start=5&um=1&tbnid=aS_lJZOEMGku5M:&tbnh=85&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Danaconda%2Bvs%2Bcaiman%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26um%3D1, This is a large croc and a yellow anaconda going toe to toe and the pic clearly shows the anaconda taking the lead. case closed



You know liamiswolverine, I don’t buy it!!!!!!!!!!
Anacondas eating large alligators? Or even large black caimans for that matter?

Sure we all hear “horrofic” stories on anacondas preying on large crocodilians such as statements like “Anaconda squashes up a big alligator” or “anacondas prey on large animals such as crocodiles and jaguars”!!!! But when it comes to proof like actually showing images of it (and I mean that in terms of photos), we don’t get to see
the photos that would back up their statements.


All I’ve seen are “countless” photos of anacondas preying on caimans (and small ones to be precise),
on the discovery channels of Wildlife, we hear the
narrator giving anacondas good marks by saying the
green anaconda also preys on crocodiles?!! But when it comes to proof, we just video footages of anacondas preying on small caimans!!!! Even You-Tube does stupid things by saying “Anaconda devours crocodile”, when I click on the video guess what? It’s not an anaconda eating a “large” crocodile but more or less an anaconda preying on “usual suspects”-small caimans!!!

So if “really” anacondas prey on large crocodiles and alligators, why isn’t there any proof? If I saw a “real” photo or a video clip of an anaconda eating a large crocodile or alligator,then.......
then just “maybe” I believe that hey maybe that anacondas can kill large crocodiles and alligators!!!! Either than that, I’m sticking to team one here

#327
06-07-2009 06:07 AM
Mr. White
Guest

How true Max how true...

#328
06-08-2009 12:27 PM
Apile-Li
Guest

Mr. White wrote: How true Max how true...




You know Mr. White now that Max Lougan mentions it, he does have a point. I myself have heard of “rumors” of anacondas preying on “large” crocodiles or alligators but when it comes to proof (in terms of photos)-we just see the “usual”
pictures of anacondas preying on caimans!!!

As for the Discovery Channel, the narrotor doesn’t
know what he is talking about when he says that large snakes eat “large” crocodilians becuase when
it comes to footages or videos.....caimans are the
only “crocodilian family” that are constantly preyed on by anacondas!!!

I’ve never seen any footage or picture of an anaconda (or any other snake for that matter) preying on a “large” crocodile or even alligator.
You-Tube itself provides useless videos of anacondas eating caimans with the “hidden gimmick”
of ANACONDA EATS CROCODILE/ALLIGATOR

So yeah me too Mr. White and Lougan, I’m sticking with the crocodile family here

#329
06-08-2009 01:13 PM
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this has to be one of the best threads ever made


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No more Yama wank

#330
06-11-2009 04:17 AM
Apile-Li
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heavenly king wrote: this has to be one of the best threads ever made



Yiiiiiiiip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

#331
06-12-2009 07:17 AM
Mr. White
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Ryo Ketchum wrote:

liamiswolverine wrote: Firstly there are no reports of caimen feeding on adult green anacondas secondly even yellow anacodas are preditors of caimens, no alliagator coexists with green anaconda, reports of burmese python tackling alligators and burmese python are nothing compared to anaconda, n yeas i do agree large saltwater crocodiles can defeat green anaconda but it isnt a mismatch i would say 50/50 depending on who struck first, alot of experts will agree with me here anacondas are formidable foes for any crocodile and the guy before stating an ancondas biteforce, biteforce is irrelevant for anacondas as they dont use their bite to kill unlike crocodiles they use it to latch on whilst they constrict,also i agree a large python probs would lose to a large crocodile due to their slender body but unlike pythons anacondas are sheer bulk which i think helps them overcome most crocodiles,large caimen can take yellow anaconda and medium and small greens but a large green will win in most circumstances. And a large anaconda will most likely leave big caimen alone due to the fact they are to big to eat and whats the point of killing something you cant eat, http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://big_game.at.infoseek.co.jp/combat/cb19/constrict4.jpg&imgrefurl=http://en.allexperts.com/q/Interspecies-Conflict-3754/2008/1/Crocodile-snake-fights-1.htm&usg=__W5oVsRKDSAgR57gbCXuFE173Y90=&h=202&w=270&sz=12&hl=en&start=5&um=1&tbnid=aS_lJZOEMGku5M:&tbnh=85&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Danaconda%2Bvs%2Bcaiman%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26um%3D1, This is a large croc and a yellow anaconda going toe to toe and the pic clearly shows the anaconda taking the lead. case closed




Okay guys there are few things that need to be sorted out here because we are going in circles here. First, let’s start with the battle between the caiman and the anaconda

Anaconda vs Caiman
It is clearly said that the anaconda is the common
preditor of the caiman i.e. the spectacled caiman
Anacondas usually attack caimans that are small or
even meduim sized, they never attack large caimans
such as the Black caiman (the biggest caiman relative). The battle between the black caiman and
green anaconda can go either way, but the caiman (given it’s larger and heavier size) has more winning chances than the snake.


Anaconda vs Alligator
There have been reports of anacondas taking alligators and alligators taking anacondas. The American Alligator (the biggest alligator relative) is found in South America and shares the
lake with another preditor-the anaconda. Now, just
like the same issue with the caiman, the anaonda targets small alligators or even meduim sized ones. Experts even say this, anacondas don’t attack large alligators becuase they usually end up as dinner. The American alligator on the other hand has been known to attack anacondas-large or small liamiswolverine. But at times when these two
reptiles meet, the match ends up as a draw with both competiters swimming away.


Anaconda vs Crocodile (part 1)
Lastly (and my favourite) we get to this issue, the crocodile and the anaconda. The Saltwater Crocodile (also known as the Ornico crocodile) grows up to 10 meters while the anaconda (yellow) grows up to 10.5 meters. Now the battle between the two will just remain a “dream match” since these reptiles share a completely different enviroment. The battle could occur if stupid people would dump the anacondas in the habits (not
to mention Foreign policy) of the Ornico crocodile
just like what some guys do when they dump pythons in alligator infested swamps. So what would happen if “there was a slight chance” the green anaconda met the saltwater crocodile? Eh I’ll get back to this one...


Crocodile vs python
Now this is more of a realistic approach since conflicts between crocodiles and pythons are “much” more common than anacondas. In water (just like the anaconda), enemies of pythons are crocodiles. In Africa, Nile crocodiles have been reported to attack and eat large South African Rock pythons. In Asia, the Mugger crocodile has been reported to attack large Indian pythons!!!!!!
The anaconda of course is bigger than than these snakes, so let’s compare it to the snake that is long as (or longer) than it-the Reteculated python

Now I’ve seen reports myself on the conflicts of the reteculated python and saltwater crocodile, and the battle usually prevailed to the croc. If the battle took place on land and the python managed to coil itself around the crocodile, obvoisly the croc would roll around trying to break itself free. But the rolling and movement of
the croc would damage the snake because a large Saltwater crocodile almost weights a ton. The snake would have two chooses, uncoil itself (big mistake) to avoid being “crushed” to death by the crocodile or hang on until it tires itself out. The victory here liamiswolverine clearly goes to the crocodile, no question about it.


Anaconda vs crocodile (part 2)
Sorry for dropping off this topic but I wanted to make a an example of a fight between a python and a crocodile. Like I said, this match will never happen as both reptiles share a completely different habit. If however this match occured, a battle between a fully grown green anaconda and an
adult saltwater crocodile? I’m quite sure that the crocodile would win the match, just like the example of a fight between the croc and python on
land, the anaconda would damage itself it coiled around the crocodile and the crocodile was moving
up and about. So the crocodile clearly wins here,
even experts say a fully grown snake stands no chance against a fully grown alligator or crocodile.


Okay before I leave off I will give the green anaconda some credit though, the only “fully grown” preditor I see the anaconda taking out is the jaguar-not the crocodile. Unless if the crocodile was old, weak or injured somehow, then the anaconda wins the battle and that goes for the
alligator and caiman as well. Either than that, the crocodile/alligator rule the lakes here!!!!!!!




Everything you just said Ryo is true-all of it!!!!

Now I want to get to the issue of the battle between the crocodile and anaconda. Sure, as liamiswolverine, a python is more “slimmer” and weights less than an anaconda-TRUE. Buuuuuuuuut...
The fact that the anaconda is builkier than the python makes it at a disadvantage against a crocodile, unlike the python, the anaconda won’t be agile enough to coil itself quickly around the crocodile because it is too bulky!!!! And a crocodile (I might add) is far heavier than an anaconda, the anaconda is at a disadvantage, it’s even said the anaconda is taking a risk attacking a medium sized caiman!!!


Also on the python vs crocodile issue Ryo, you said that the python (if the battle took place on land) would get crushed if it coiled itself around
the crocodile. Of course, the weight of the croc will damage the snake, okay. TRUE
But you forgot to add one thing Ryo, let’s say the
battle took place in the water this time and the snake managed to coil itself around the crocodile.
The “death roll” might work when the croc is trying to break free from the snake’s coils or it might not. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut....
the crocodile could swim deeper in the water which
means that both “reptiles” are fighting “underwater” this time. Now which of the 2 can hold their breath the longest? Obvoiusly the
crocodile. If the snake continued to hang on, it will drown!!! If it let go and swam ashore then the crocodile will bite it and that would be the end of it!!!!

Now people may ask. How is a crocodile going to hold it’s breath underwater while the snake is coiled around it? Well, guys remember. It’s that when snakes (pythons and anacondas) meet crocodiles/alligators, the fight takes hours or even the whole day for the battle to end!!!!! Imagine that!!! Doesn’t the thought occur to you guys how does the alligator/crocodile survive a whole day with a battle against these snakes (because it’s obviuse the they do get coiled at some point by the snake)? So yeah guys, you’ve just answered your own question

#332
06-13-2009 01:46 PM
Goku Yenna Yishima
Guest

Wow, guys I’m impressed. Max, Ryo, Mr. White-you guys have “clearly” provided us with enough proof that why anacondas and pythons don’t stand a chance against adult crocodiles and alligators. But something tells me that this won’t be enough for the “snake lovers” to bury their heads under the sand

#333
06-14-2009 09:27 AM
Andy Condor
Guest

Goku Yenna Yishima wrote: Wow, guys I’m impressed. Max, Ryo, Mr. White-you guys have “clearly” provided us with enough proof that why anacondas and pythons don’t stand a chance against adult crocodiles and alligators. But something tells me that this won’t be enough for the “snake lovers” to bury their heads under the sand



Well then that would clearly state that they are being stupid or naive if they are not going to listen to a word of reason. Look I myself I’m not saying that crocodiles and alligators will always win but given the chance:

I can only say that the anaconda and python wins against small or at least (at least) meduim-sized alligators and crocodiles. But not a fully grown alligator (especially a crocodile), that’s why anacondas usually target 6-8 foot caymans instead
because they know caimans won’t put much of a fight as an alligator or crocodile would.

#334
06-15-2009 10:05 AM
Borris 4rom Violent Storm
Guest

Nakayama wrote: Man get outta of here, Anaconda been known to prey on fuckin caimans and alligators, Python been known to prey on crocodiles, leopards, and alligators, the video shown in youtube is med sized python be killed by fully grown alligator is unfair, if it were to be fully grown crocodile vs fully grown python Python wins period. same with alligator i swear ppl r idiots cuz all i see is video of unfair battle.



Dude, the match that took place between the 12 foot Burmese (mind my spelling yol) python and 6 foot swamp alligator was “invalid”. The only proper explanation given by scientists and narrators of the Discovery Channel was that the reason why the snake won against the gator was becuase it was already injured.

As in, the alligator was already injured when it got into a fight with the python. The python saw an opportunity (as it is known as an opportunist) to attack the injured alligator but however, it got more than it bargained for.

Now this tells you that big snakes “seemingly” aim
to target small crocodiles and alligators because they won’t put up much of a fight as fully grown ones would. The anaconda my man is no different as
it also targets caimans that are 6 to 8 foot long.

The only large predator the anaconda “dude' can take is the jaguar, but not the alligator and most
definately not the crocodile.

#335
06-16-2009 05:12 AM
Codie Forrexter
Guest

Yeah, I watched a program on that battle between the alligator and python in SABC 3. Your right, the alligator was injured, it’s skull had an opening on it (well presumably because it got into a fight with another alligator).

So I’m backing you up on that statement Borris (cool name by
the way), anacondas and pythons just target small crocodilians. They will never stand a chance against adult crocodilians, try putting the anaconda against the jaguar or
somethin...

#336
06-17-2009 05:07 AM
Raquel Hudson
Guest

Codie Forrexter wrote: Yeah, I watched a program on that battle between the alligator and python in SABC 3. Your right, the alligator was injured, it’s skull had an opening on it (well presumably because it got into a fight with another alligator).

So I’m backing you up on that statement Borris (cool name by
the way), anacondas and pythons just target small crocodilians. They will never stand a chance against adult crocodilians, try putting the anaconda against the jaguar or
somethin...



You could put a gaint anaconda against a fully grown jaguar, the snake could possibly win the match. After all, jaguars usually target medium sized anacondas, not fully grown ones so I’m sure an anaconda could win a fight against a jaguar. After all, they do prey on jaguars.

But a an “adult” crocodile or alligator is a different chapter all together, crocodiles and alligators are much bigger than jaguars (not to mention weight much more). So an anaconda would not stand a chance against an adult crocodile or alligator, unless the alligator or crocodile were small....heck even meduim-size!!!

#337
06-18-2009 05:11 AM
Goku Yenna Yishima
Guest

Anacondas never usually attack large crocodiles or even alligators for that matter, heck they don’t even eat these reptiles. Their main focus are on caimans (usually 6 feet ones), but when caimans are scarce, they will target alligators instead (since alligators share the swamps with ciamans).

However records of anacondas eating “large” or adult alligators has never been recorded, but small alligators that don’t pass 10 feet have been found in anacondas stomachs. What does this tell you then?

It clearly tells you that anacondas can’t win against a fully grown alligator, so I don’t know where liamiswolverine
gets the idea that anacondas can win against adult alligators and crocodiles.

#338
06-19-2009 05:26 AM
Andy Condor
Guest

Goku Yenna Yishima wrote: Anacondas never usually attack large crocodiles or even alligators for that matter, heck they don’t even eat these reptiles. Their main focus are on caimans (usually 6 feet ones), but when caimans are scarce, they will target alligators instead (since alligators share the swamps with ciamans).

However records of anacondas eating “large” or adult alligators has never been recorded, but small alligators that don’t pass 10 feet have been found in anacondas stomachs. What does this tell you then?

It clearly tells you that anacondas can’t win against a fully grown alligator, so I don’t know where liamiswolverine
gets the idea that anacondas can win against adult alligators and crocodiles.




It could be that he just made it up, I mean really
now, since when do Orninco crocodiles share lakes with anacondas? Ornico crocodiles are found in Asia, not in South America!!!! Anyway Goku as for this fight, it’s obvoius that crocodiles and alligators win this match.

If it’s really hard for the snake lovers out there
(and in this thread) to digest this, then I guess we could create a similar thread to this one which
will go in favour with the snakes.

How about Anacondas/Pythons vs “small/meduim sized” Crocodiles/Alligators or Anacondas vs Caimans. I’m sure the anaconda (and presumably the
python) would at least get votes.....at least more
votes there than here!!!!

#339
06-20-2009 09:12 AM
Mr. White
Guest

That could work... LOL

#340
06-21-2009 07:18 AM
Borris 4rom Violent Storm
Guest

Well isn’t the Orinco crocodile also known as the Satltwater
Crocodile? Cause if it is, theres no way this massive croc would tangle with the anaconda. Anacondas are found somewhere in the South American jungles of Amazon while the croc is found somewhere in the coast of Asia

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