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Diver gets up close with 26-foot anacondas

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It lurks just inches below the surface coiled and ready to strike - and yet you wouldn't know it was there.

These remarkable images show the enormous 26-foot (eight metre) anacondas of Mato Grosso in Brazil searching for prey in the murky depths.

http://www.dailymail...t-anaconda.html

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Looks too close for comfort.

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So glad we don't have snakes that big around here. I'm sure sooner or later we will when some fool turns them loose because they are tired of taking care of them.

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So glad we don't have snakes that big around here. I'm sure sooner or later we will when some fool turns them loose because they are tired of taking care of them.

well they are getting there, they are moving up from Florida so we might have a problem.

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I think I just shat myself.

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Holy hell!

Has this guy never heard of Darwin?

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Wow that is pretty awesome. Thanks Still Waters!

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Great pics, I clicked on "she doesn't have much of a body but it's still for hire" and seen even more pictures, I don't

know how to desribe the other pitures but......Thank you Still Waters really thank you.

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I love it :tu:

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These pictures are waaaaaay better then any of the Anaconda films.

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Amazing,I love snakes but anaconda's creep me out...no thanks but still pretty!.

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