6. Okt. Grosse Schlangen sind im Amazonas keine Seltenheit. Aber dieses sieben Meter lange Exemplar aus Brasilien ist selbst tot noch ziemlich. Aug. Die Anakonda ist eine große Würgeschlange, die vor allem am Amazonas in Südamerika vorkommt. Sie braucht das Wasser als Lebensraum. 5. Okt. Die Anakonda lag regungslos im flachen Wasser, bis auf 4 Meter hatte ich Wochenlang hatten wir am Amazonas nach großen Anakondas.
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They tend to float beneath the surface of the water with their snouts above the surface. When prey passes by or stops to drink, the anaconda will strike without eating or swallowing it and coil around it with its body.
The snake will then constrict until it has suffocated the prey. Primarily aquatic, they eat a wide variety of prey , almost anything they can manage to overpower, including fish , birds , a variety of mammals , and other reptiles.
Particularly large anacondas may consume large prey such as tapirs , deer , capybaras , caimans , and even jaguars , but such large meals are not regularly consumed.
They employ constriction to subdue their prey. Cannibalism among green anacondas is also known, most recorded cases involving a larger female consuming a smaller male.
While the exact reason for this is not understood, scientists cite several possibilities, including the dramatic sexual dimorphism in the species, and the possibility that a female anaconda requires additional food intake after breeding to sustain the long period of gestation.
The nearby male simply provides the opportunistic female a ready source of nutrition. This species is solitary until the mating season, which occurs during the rainy season, and can last for several months, usually from April to May.
During this time, males must find females. Another possibility is that the female releases an airborne stimulant. This theory is supported by the observation of females that remain motionless while many males move towards them from all directions.
Male anacondas also frequently flick their tongues to sense chemicals that signal the presence of the female.
Many males can often find the same female. Although it may not be necessary for there to be more than one male, this results in odd clusters referred to as "breeding balls", in which up to 12 males wrap around the same female and attempt to copulate.
The group could stay in this position from two to four weeks. This ball acts as a slow-motion wrestling match between the males, each one fighting for the opportunity to mate with the female.
During mating, males make use of their spurs to arouse the female. They aggressively press their cloacal regions hard against the female body, while continuously scratching her with their spurs.
This can produce a scratching sound. The male then coils his tail, surrounding the female and they copulate. However, females are physically much larger and stronger and may decide to choose from among the males.
Courtship and mating occur almost exclusively in water. Mating is followed by a gestation period that lasts about six to seven months. The species is ovoviviparous , with females giving birth to live young.
Litters usually consists of 20 to 40 offspring, although as many as may be produced. After giving birth, females may lose up to half their weight.
Because of their small size, they often fall prey to other animals. Should they survive, they grow rapidly until they reach sexual maturity in their first few years, after which their rate of growth continues at a slower pace.
However, when no male anacondas are available to provide offspring facultative parthenogenesis is possible. In August West Midlands Safari Park announced that on 12 August a female Green anaconda, which was being kept with another female anaconda, through parthenogenesis had given birth to three young.
One may reasonably maintain an average and acceptable temperature for the snake by the use of a heating element or infrared light bulbs. A gradient must be offered within the enclosure to allow the snake to bask in the heat or go to cooler areas in the tank.
Optimum humidity can be difficult to maintain and research must be done on the snake to determine the correct level. Captive anacondas have a reputation for unpredictability and aggression due to the temperaments of wild-caught specimens first collected for captive breeding, but with proper care, green anacondas can and do make for calm, relatively sedate pets.
Due to their immense size and power however, proper respect and caution should always be maintained, and they are best left to experienced adult owners who can provide them with the proper requirements.
Anacondas have been portrayed in horror literature and film, often with the ability to swallow adult humans; these traits are occasionally also attributed to other species, such as the Burmese python and the boa constrictor though the latter does not grow to a large enough size to kill and swallow a human.
Among the most popular such films are the film, Anaconda , and its three sequels. The Terror of the Amazon Rainforest , in which multiple hybrid anacondas escape from a research facility in the Amazon Rainforest and come into contact with a toxic chemical that causes them to rapidly mutate into gigantic snakes.
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