Anaconda pythons are giant pythons that live in the Amazon basin, South America. They lead an amphibian lifestyle but rarely climb trees because of their large body mass. This python species lives mainly in aquatic environments and inhabits tropical rainforests.
Anaconda can swim at speeds of up to 20 km/h and can stay underwater for up to 20 minutes. They are solitary predators and often swim along the banks of rivers or swamps in search of food. Unlike venomous snakes, pythons do not have venom but kill their prey by strangling, they will suffocate the prey or break bones and die and then slowly swallow the victim into the abdomen.
However, in this hunt, the Anaconda python was not lucky. Specifically, while hovering foraging, the Anaconda python encountered large crocodiles lying warm.
Immediately, from the hunter, this giant python became a “toy” for crocodiles and let them torment.