The anaconda, renamed to the coil constrictor, is going to thrive in the future. Since this snake is huge and wraps around its prey to eat them, it’s new name includes constrictor. This snake thrives in water and blends in pretty well. In the future, I think that this snake would do well in the marsh, but with a few changes. I picked marsh because they are so big, so it will allow them to move quicker and slicker. The changes I want to make will help them blend into the marsh colors. The first thing that will change is their green color to a brownish color to look like marsh water. Then, the small dots on them should turn green to match the trees, algae, and lily pads, if any. With these changes, the “coil constrictor” will thrive in the marsh and survive for thousands of years more.
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