The Anaconda snake is the largest in the world, with its females known to be around 15 feet, and its males are known to be around 9.8 feet. It lives in the rain forests in South America. The anaconda has sharp teeth and a strong jaw to clench onto its prey. There are only about 9,298 anacondas in the world, and each one lives for about ten years. All this being said, anacondas currently live comfortably in their habitat. But what would happen if in the future when certain global problems like fewer trees and global warming become an even bigger concern to all species, especially anaconda snakes? I think their skin would become lighter so it would be more difficult to see them since global warming might make forests have fewer trees. They might also grow appendages to dig holes on days when it is very hot.
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