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Peru "giant snake" pictures released


Posted on Saturday, 13 June, 2009 | Comment icon 34 comments


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Cryptozoology Jon Downes takes a look at photographs sent to the Center for Fortean Zoology from a recent expedition in the Peruvian rainforest by Mike and Greg Warner that show what they believe to be a giant anaconda at the side of a river.

"Jon Downes: After a week of negotiations with Mike and Greg Warner, the CFZ has the exclusive rights to release all the pictures from their Peruvian expedition."

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Comment icon #25 Posted by MoonPrincess on 16 June, 2009, 20:49
I can't see anything. I really can't. Perhaps they were mistaken? *Shrugs*
Comment icon #26 Posted by weirdoh on 17 June, 2009, 1:01
I realize some people want to see a gigantic snake, but c'mon. There's nothing here that shows any type of creature in that photo.
Comment icon #27 Posted by DONTEATUS on 17 June, 2009, 2:32
I wont go swimming there thats for sure snake or not ! I saw no Five star Resort nor Fun Slide in any of those pics! And forget it if theres no Little umbrella drinks being served.
Comment icon #28 Posted by Bevan Chu on 14 September, 2010, 10:21
considering that it said the jungle was flooded, it couldnt possibly be a mud or sand bank, as the snake is quite large, with a considerable height and girth. the sand most probably wouldnt have been able to reach the top of the water, as it would have been dispersed by the flood waters
Comment icon #29 Posted by Thesantanafan on 1 January, 2011, 2:19
I have trouble believing a snake THAT size could exist. What would it eat? Elephants? It wouldn't be able to travel very easily either.
Comment icon #30 Posted by Spectre1979 on 1 January, 2011, 4:07
No snake there!
Comment icon #31 Posted by Ozzy Valentine on 1 January, 2011, 4:19
I was looking at these pictures and the way the pointed it out it seems like they are looking at the wrong side of the bank. Check out the part that I outlined in red and tell me that isn't what actually looks like a snake. I see where your looking and it does slightly resemble a giant snake. It's too hard to make out if it's real or not but hey, atleast your looking in the right direction there. I think the guy who pointed out the formations with red texts in the article was mistaken.
Comment icon #32 Posted by cluey on 1 January, 2011, 8:31
even clicking on the links produces no pics???????...........i wanna see a snake,lol.......
Comment icon #33 Posted by Spectre1979 on 1 January, 2011, 21:11
even clicking on the links produces no pics???????...........i wanna see a snake,lol....... There will be some in your backyard surely?
Comment icon #34 Posted by EllJay on 1 January, 2011, 21:37
If you want to see some real big snakes, read this Anaconda - The Big Squeeze you dont want - A curl up and cuddle-reading


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