The enormous size of the Anaconda (up to 550 pounds!) means that they often eat large prey. Their diet can consist of wild pig, turtles, deer, caiman, capybara, and even jaguars. Anacondas are nonvenemous, they are constrictors instead. This means that rather than kill their victim with poison, they wrap their body around it and suffocate it to death. They then swallow their meal whole, regardless of the size.
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