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National Geographic documentary about the silent killer - Anaconda. Anaconda occurs in tropical South America. The most common species is Anaconda big. The largest confirmed length of the anaconda is 845 cm. However, there are still reports of much larger specimens. In 1960, an 845-centimeter-long individual was shot dead in Brazil. It was a female who weighed 227 kilograms and her circumference was 111 centimeters. Her body measured 35 centimeters at its widest point. [: En] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxFtYp18xiw

Document of National Geographic about silent killer - anaconda. Anaconda is found in tropical South America. Mostly common is green anaconda. In 1960 in Brazil was shot 845 cm long individual. It was female and she has 227 kilograms in weight. This is the largest confirmed anaconda, but there are probably more individuals even bigger than this. [: De] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxFtYp18xiw

Document from National Geographic to the still Killer - Anaconda. The anaconda is in tropical South America. Most enhanced art is green anaconda. In the year 1960 in Brazil, 845 cm long were made into individual pieces. It is white, and you have 227 kilograms of weight. This is the largest best anaconda, but there are many more people still larger than this. [: Fr] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxFtYp18xiw

 

National Geographic document for silent doors - anaconda. Anaconda is located in the tropical regions of South America. The common type of common type is anaconda vert. In 1960 in Brazil the summer was 845 cm long. She was a woman and she was 227 kilograms. This is confirmed by a large anaconda, but it is probable more of the people still more than that.

 

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