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Saltwater crocodile vs Green Anaconda

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Ralphineo-Axe wrote: Which one trumps? The world’s largest reptile vs the world’s largest snake



The crocodile and alligators have more wins over pythons and anacondas, want proof of that?

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[Reply] #82
06-13-2011 04:09 AM
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For some reason I get the feeling you were going do it anyway,
please do.

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Ralphieno-Axe wrote: For some reason I get the feeling you were going do it anyway,
please do.



Here’s victory number one for the python

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And here’s victory for the crocodile

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[Reply] #85
06-13-2011 09:26 AM
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The first scan is quite impressive, how large was the Nile crocodile? Because I remember this picture when I was a kid, and I have seen reports where they state that the African Rock
python has been known to prey on crocodiles.

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06-13-2011 09:39 AM
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Ralphineo-Axe wrote: The first scan is quite impressive, how large was the Nile crocodile? Because I remember this picture when I was a kid, and I have seen reports where they state that the African Rock
python has been known to prey on crocodiles.



Here’s the thing, if you look at the photo:

a) If that photo was maximized, you’d think both the python and
crocodile are large.

b) If the photo was minimized, you’d think that both the python and
crocodile (especially) would be small.

So it’s not known how large both reptiles are, but is it me or does the python look like as if it’s also caught in the crocodile’s mouth?

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That’s the same question I’ve been asking myself, and this scan is similar to a fight between an anaconda and a long (skinny) alligator.
The anaconda had the gator in it’s coils (and I think the alligator was dead) but the snake’s head was trapped in the alligator’s jaws and there
were blood drip-ling out.

The fight took place on land, I’ll try to find a photo of it but in the mean time, you check this fight in You-Tube where it’s tilted:

An anaconda in a death-grip hold with a crocodile

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06-13-2011 01:41 PM
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Thomas wrote: That’s the same question I’ve been asking myself, and this scan is similar to a fight between an anaconda and a long (skinny) alligator.
The anaconda had the gator in it’s coils (and I think the alligator was dead) but the snake’s head was trapped in the alligator’s jaws and there
were blood drip-ling out.

The fight took place on land, I’ll try to find a photo of it but in the mean time, you check this fight in You-Tube where it’s tilted:

An anaconda in a death-grip hold with a crocodile



Shit I saw the video on You-Tube, hectic man!!! When the snake was trapped in the alligator’s jaws, the snake was still moving and the alligator was coiled up by the snake. What ticked me off was that those Wildlife reporters were standing there not helping out, saying things like “Oh my God look at that” and “Ohhhhhhh”.

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06-13-2011 01:53 PM
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Well what were they supposed to do? The snake was probably injured to death and the alligator was dead, they just came in
time to see the fight. There was nothing they could of done kid, just saw the video myself

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Ralphineo-Axe wrote: Well what were they supposed to do? The snake was probably injured to death and the alligator was dead, they just came in
time to see the fight. There was nothing they could of done kid, just saw the video myself



Exactly.

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[Reply] #91
06-15-2011 03:52 AM
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Seeing that of a South African Rock python subdoing that Nile crocodile gives me respect for that snake, unlike the anaconda, it’s bigger than the python but it only preys on small caimans and alligators.

I don’t think I’ve seen a picture of an anaconda in a tussle with a crocodile

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06-15-2011 03:57 AM
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Hank Xavier wrote: Seeing that of a South African Rock python subdoing that Nile crocodile gives me respect for that snake, unlike the anaconda, it’s bigger than the python but it only preys on small caimans and alligators.

I don’t think I’ve seen a picture of an anaconda in a tussle with a crocodile



Pythons are more aggressive than anacondas, I don’t think you’ll ever find a scan of an anaconda and a crocodile at it

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06-15-2011 04:03 AM
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I agree with Goku (heh heh heh), caimans are more common to found in the habitats of the anaconda than crocodiles and even alligators

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06-15-2011 04:09 AM
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Borris 4rom Violent Storm wrote: I agree with Goku (heh heh heh), caimans are more common to found in the habitats of the anaconda than crocodiles and even alligators



That’s more of a positive response since we see countless footages of anacondad preying on caimans, then we have idiots saying those caimans are crocodiles

[Reply] #95
06-15-2011 04:16 AM
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Thomas wrote: And here’s victory for the crocodile



That scan shows a very young Nile crocodile eating a python (which I doubt reaches a meter), don’t you have other scans of their fight?

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Look at it at the Internet lazy bones, but here’s another picture taken of large Nile crocodile eating a python

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[Reply] #97
06-16-2011 08:54 AM
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Thomas wrote: Look at it at the Internet lazy bones, but here’s another picture taken of large Nile crocodile eating a python



Well that crocodile looks much larger, and I can’t tell how big that python is, considering it’s chopped up into pieces.

Nice scan friend

[Reply] #98
06-16-2011 08:59 AM
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Thomas wrote: Look at it at the Internet lazy bones, but here’s another picture taken of large Nile crocodile eating a python



More scans please?

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06-16-2011 10:04 AM
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Sure, here’s a scan where a crocodile eats a swam python in Sri Linka

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06-16-2011 11:17 AM
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Thomas wrote: Sure, here’s a scan where a crocodile eats a swam python in Sri Linka



Cool, how large was the python?

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