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Saltwater crocodile vs Green Anaconda

[Reply] #121
06-20-2011 08:43 AM
Guile Grinders
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Alligators rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Guile Grinders wrote: Alligators rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Yes, here’s why:

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[Reply] #123
06-20-2011 09:13 AM
Andy Condor
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Damn guys what’s with the alligator eating python scans? Poor pythons, why do people dump them there if they feel sorry for them in the first place?

[Reply] #124
06-20-2011 09:20 AM
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Andy Condor wrote: Damn guys what’s with the alligator eating python scans? Poor pythons, why do people dump them there if they feel sorry for them in the first place?



People dump them there when they grow too big

[Reply] #125
06-20-2011 09:25 AM
Borris 4rom Violent Storm
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From what I’ve seen in the alligator vs python fights, it’s usually the python that starts the fight.

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06-20-2011 09:54 AM
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Borris 4rom Violent Storm wrote: From what I’ve seen in the alligator vs python fights, it’s usually the python that starts the fight.



I agree, I saw a video on You-Tube where a large python went into a green lake “swamped” with alligators and my thinking was, is this snake
crazy? What are the chances of it getting out alive? But the snake went there and as soon as it entered the lake, the alligators were alert as they knew something just entered their lake.

Guess what? One of the alligator’s went after it and killed the python, the narrator then said “It looks like this alligator has beaten more than it can chew, the alligator decides to bury the python underwater so
that it’s body will rot in a way that the alligator can return and chew it off”.

To me, it looked like the snake was either commuting suicide or the fact that it was really hungry. Who knows

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[Reply] #127
06-20-2011 10:10 AM
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Pythons are very aggressive, more than anacondas and that is why you find them attacking prey that anacondas don’t attack.

There was a “fight territory” between a python and an alligator, the snake coiled around the alligator but the alligator had the snake in it’s jaws, as it looked like the python was out, the alligator all of a sudden released the snake.

The snake then swam away but returned back for another fight, the alligator instead just retreated. WEIRD

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06-20-2011 10:18 AM
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Goku Yenna Yishima wrote: Pythons are very aggressive, more than anacondas and that is why you find them attacking prey that anacondas don’t attack.

There was a “fight territory” between a python and an alligator, the snake coiled around the alligator but the alligator had the snake in it’s jaws, as it looked like the python was out, the alligator all of a sudden released the snake.

The snake then swam away but returned back for another fight, the alligator instead just retreated. WEIRD



I saw that video too, here’s another tousle between the two:

Saltwater crocodile vs Green Anaconda

[Reply] #129
06-21-2011 08:30 AM
Ryo Ketchum
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Doesn’t look like their even fighting, are they mating or what?

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06-21-2011 08:38 AM
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Ryo Ketchum wrote: Doesn’t look like their even fighting, are they mating or what?



lol

[Reply] #131
06-21-2011 08:42 AM
Apile-Li
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What would be interesting is to see a battle between an anaconda and alligator, pythons are more suitable against crocodiles than alligators.

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06-21-2011 09:06 AM
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Apile-Li wrote: What would be interesting is to see a battle between an anaconda and alligator, pythons are more suitable against crocodiles than alligators.



I agree, but the closest thing you’d find against an anaconda is a caiman, usually young caimans that are about 6 feet or less are preyed by anacondas.

Here’s the scan (oh well, scans):

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[Reply] #133
06-21-2011 09:23 AM
Apile-Li
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Damn, those crocs are hardly even 2 meters

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06-21-2011 11:08 AM
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Apile-Li wrote: Damn, those crocs are hardly even 2 meters



Yip, and here’s a scan of an anaconda eating a 2 meter caiman

Saltwater crocodile vs Green Anaconda

[Reply] #135
06-21-2011 11:28 AM
Apile-Li
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How can a 2 meter caiman stand a chance against an anaconda? I
don’t I’ve seen a picture of an anaconda eating a large caiman, particularly a Black caiman.

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06-21-2011 11:48 AM
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Apile-Li wrote: How can a 2 meter caiman stand a chance against an anaconda? I
don’t I’ve seen a picture of an anaconda eating a large caiman, particularly a Black caiman.



You will never see it, however it’s been recorded that large Black Caimans (the largest of the caiman family) has been known to prey on anaconda.

Anacondas preying on large Black caimans has never been recorded, however Spectacled caimans (which are smaller than Black caimans) are preyed on “heavily” by anaconda. Here’s a scan of an anaconda constricting one:

Saltwater crocodile vs Green Anaconda

[Reply] #137
06-21-2011 12:14 PM
Guile Grinder
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Oh man, the position of that poor caiman

[Reply] #138
06-21-2011 12:36 PM
Codie Forrexter
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Guile Grinder wrote: Oh man, the position of that poor caiman



Dude, even though I’m not a softy like you but damn, the picture man

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/Sympathy for the caiman~


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[Reply] #140
07-16-2011 02:08 PM
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The Traitor wrote: /Sympathy for the caiman~



Eish, I guess that’s the reason why we don’t see picutures of anacondas eating (at lest) medium sized crocodiles or alligators.

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