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By: Reecy Beacham

Anacondas

Dedicated to Mrs.Scott

Anacondas

By:Reecy Beacham 

Published on February 6,2017 in Mrs.Scott's Reading Class

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Table of Contents

     

  

1.                      Where it lives                6.

2.       Size/Vertabrate or Inverterbrate  8.

3.                       Eating Habits                10.

4.                       Adaptations                   12.

5.                       Description                     14.

6.                       Interesting Facts              16.

7.                       About the Author               18.

The Anaconda lives in South America. The layer of the rainforest that it lives on ois the forest floor.

Chapter 1- Where the Anaconda Lives

Chapter 2- Size/Invertabrate or Vertabrate

The size of an anconda is 29 feet, and can weight more than 550 pounds.Measure more than 12 inches (30 centimeters) diameter. The anacoda is a vertabrate because it has a spine.

Chapter 3- Eating Habits of an Anacoda

Anacondas do not chew their food. They digest it with quite strong acids in it's stomach. Anacondas eat pigs, deer, caiman, (a type of crocodillian),birds, fish, rodents. See like the cobra and other animals, the anaconda needs no food for a long time after eating a large meal.

One adaptation that a anaconda has is patterns on its body.To camoflauge and blend with the colors of the rainforest. Spotting on the anaconda helps the snake blend in with the mudy waters, a perk for when a snake is attempting to catch a meal. The spotted patterns allow the snake to lie and wait still for animals to come closer without being identified. The snakes eyes and nostrils are on top of their head, allowing them to lay under water while continuing to ambush their prey. Anacondas can also stay underwater for ten minutes without breathing. 

Chapter 4 - Adaptations

Chapter 5 - Description

The most common four species are green anacondas. Are large green snakes bearing assymetrical black spots. They usually approach someone underwater not above the water. Their skin help them to blend in the water. 

The scientific name for a green anaconda is Eunectus Murinus. Both come from greek words, Eunectus means "good swimmer"( witch the green anaconda definitley is). Spending most of its time in  the water, so much so that it is sometimes called the water boy. Why? The reason why is because of its size. The green anaconda has a hard time moving on land, but can easily drift across the water and is even able to swim fast. Green anacondas can also hold their under water for up to ten minutes.

Chapter 6- Interesting Facts

Hello my name is Reecy Beacham and I love SNAKES!!! If I were you I wouldn't get close to a snake. A little bit about me is I love sports. The sports that I play as a child is basketball, softball, soccer, football. My mother is Michelle Beacham and my dads name is Todd Beacham. I love the lord and he is my savior, but one thing that i can't stand is when someone messes with me or my friends. Another thing is that my favorite bible verse is " For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son so whosoever believes in him shall not parish but have everlasting life".

About the Author