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I found this small anaconda (probably male) eating a black-bellied Whistling Duck. It took him a 45 min to eat it completely .
small ?? :) Congratulations, great photo
nice and a rare pic. Marvelous
Thanks to all of you!!!
beautifully caught !!stunning pic congrats
I know Ashish, and I'm not really squeamish. Don't mind spiders etc., just a snake eating, so I guess that's not too bad. All part of the circle and cycle I agree.
But is a most important part of Web of Life.... on this planet.... We humans must understand its importance...
Wow! but yuk! It's one thing I cannot watch ........... a snake eating something, but amazing photos.
Its a most striking Organism from Amazonian empire...
wow nice photo! KarenL, the jaws don't "unhinge" they are just connected by an elastic like material rather than bone like ours.
Very impressed, We do not have snakes in New Zealand.
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Thanks to you all!!
Awesome! Very neat spotting!
Great spotting!!! Me encantaron todas las fotos!!!!!!! Bienvenido a Project Noah Sebas!
Amazing spot! It really shows just how far it's jaws unhinge to be able to swallow such large prey.
wow...sorry for the bird
Lat: 6.07, Long: -71.39
Spotted on Jun 25, 2007 Submitted on Nov 3, 2011
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