Anacondas are capable of attaining speeds of up to 5 miles per hour on land. Anacondas are capable of maintaining a speed of 10 miles per hour in water. When pursuing prey, they tend to move at a rate of 8 miles per hour.

They inhabit areas near rivers, lakes, and wetlands. The majority of the time, they live alone. Water is their primary means of escape when threatened. Instead of striking, they frequently choose to slip into the water undetected.

The largest known anaconda measured 28 feet in length and 44 inches in circumference. A typical anaconda is 20 feet long and weighs 300 pounds. Anacondas give birth to live offspring, with 24 to 35 baby snakes per spawn.

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