Learn about the largest types of snakes in the world! The green anaconda, native to South America, is the largest snake in the world at all, and females are much larger than males.
Learn about the largest types of snakes in the world!
- Anacondas live in swamps and slow-flowing water currents.
- Especially those found in the tropical rainforests of the Amazon and Orinoco rivers.
- But when the anaconda moves on the ground, its movement is very heavy.
- In contrast to its movement in the water, which is smooth, hidden, and smooth, the sense of sight and smell is found when the anaconda snake is on top of its head.
- This allows it to wait for its prey almost completely submerged under the water. This snake feeds on wild boars, deer, turtles, birds, capybaras (water pigs), crocodiles, and even tigers.
The longest type of snake in the world
Some types of snakes grow to reach very large sizes, and some species have been classified as the longest in the world, including the following:
- The non-venomous reticulated viper is more than 6.25 meters long and is found in Southeast Asia, and it usually lives in rainforests, grasslands, and woodlands.
- Its location may change depending on the region in which it is found.
- These snakes are found in the forests of Myanmar.
- While they live in the waterways of Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysian Borneo Island.
- The king cobra, or king cobra, is the longest venomous snake in the world.
- Its length may reach 5.71 meters, and its length is clearly visible when it is in a defensive position.
- Or when it needs to see its way over tall grasses, or bushes.
- Then the snake will raise the front of its body, about a meter.
- And it can chase its prey or escape from any danger while it is in this position.
- The cobra snake lives in Southeast Asia, in forests, and in water swamps.
- Sometimes it is found in agricultural lands, but it is not spread in general in these areas, except in some forests of Thailand.
Yellow Sea Snakes
- Yellow sea snakes are the longest marine snakes in the world and may reach a length of 2.75 meters, and this snake lives in the Yellow Sea, in the northern Indian Ocean.
- In some areas of Southeast Asia, it has also been seen near New Caledonia in the southwestern Pacific Ocean.