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Diving with the giant anaconda



The largest snake in the world lives in the Amazon River Basin and other parts of South America.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by lizzieboo on 14 July, 2012, 11:21
Very cool video. I'm not afraid of snakes, but watching the video, it occurred to me that perhaps people who are afraid of them fear them because they always look like they're up to no good. (I'm not being facetious; they really do look sort of furtive. I never noticed that before.)
Comment icon #2 Posted by Ninhas on 14 July, 2012, 16:17
Great video! Thank you for sharing! The Amazon jungle is really an amazing place
Comment icon #3 Posted by schizoidwoman on 14 July, 2012, 16:56
Very cool video. I'm not afraid of snakes, but watching the video, it occurred to me that perhaps people who are afraid of them fear them because they always look like they're up to no good. (I'm not being facetious; they really do look sort of furtive. I never noticed that before.) A friend of mine is terrified of snakes and I put your theory to him; he thought for a while and said that he thought they looked sly and therefore cunning. Good call!
Comment icon #4 Posted by QuiteContrary on 14 July, 2012, 21:24
A Cousteau video! Very nice! I'd do that as long as someone who knew what they were doing was with me!
Comment icon #5 Posted by ShadowSot on 14 July, 2012, 21:38
I won't say I'm afraid of snakes, but I do have a healthy respect for them. Very cool critters. And this video... wowsers.


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