A diver comes face-to-face with a seven-meter-long giant anaconda

Bartolomeo Bove and his friend Juca Yagarape faced off against a large eco-friendly anaconda, measuring 23 feet (7m) and weighing around 198 pounds. (90 kg)

Both friends were snorkeling in the Formoso River in Brazil in July when they were exposed to this large reptile.

In the music video, the gigantic snake is seen depending on the riverbed

Upon seeing the camera, the reptile looks at the camera closely, clicking its tongue, and then the snake swims away from the camera.

Intent on getting more footage of the large snake, Bove follows it.

It also managed to get some remarkable video footage of the giant reptile.

He claims his video reveals that anacondas are often misunderstood when it comes to being aggressive; he claims that anacondas are not as aggressive as is believed.

“The rivers and water bodies around the locality of Bonito are the only places in South America where anacondas can be found in crystal clear waters and, as a result, diving with them is feasible.” Bove explained.

” As shown in the video, the anaconda swims calm and relaxed, totally indifferent to our existence. She often comes closer, curious about my camera, licking the lens.”

“The anaconda’s actions refute the myth that it is an aggressive and also ferocious animal that can endanger people’s lives,” added Bove.

The green anaconda is the largest snake species in the world and can grow up to 30 feet long (9.1 meters) and weigh 550 pounds (250 kg). in featured films.

They move very fast, eliminating their target by restricting their breathing, wrapping their titan and also bodies just as effectively around the victim. They can swallow prey much larger than themselves thanks to their ability to open their jaws.

Below is the video captured by Bove.

If you prepare to go crazy, scroll down and click on the video clip. It will certainly make you wish you were born in Brazil!

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