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The Yellow Anaconda or the Paraguayan Anaconda scientifically called Eunectes notaeus. It is a type of boa specifics that is native to Paraguay. The Yellow Anaconda is non-venomous and kills its prey by constriction. They usually have patterns consisting of a yellow, golden-tan, or greenish-yellow color overlaid with a series of black or dark brown saddles, blotches, spots, and streaks. Yellow Anacondas mostly are found in aquatic environments like swamps and rivers. They live around 20 years. The first picture we had drawn was to show 100 years ago the Yellow Anaconda was thriving and the grass was green. And the second picture is how in 100 years the drought of the Paraguayan river caused the land to die and directly affect the animal.