1768, a name first used in English to name a Ceylonese python, it erroneously was applied to a large South American boa, called in Brazil sucuriuba. The word is of uncertain origin, and no snake name like it now is found in Sinhalese or Tamil. One suggestion is that it is a Latinization of Sinhalese henacandaya "whip snake," lit. "lightning-stem" . Another suggestion is that it represents Tamil anaikkonda "having killed an elephant"
An anaconda is a large snake.
Depends which genus you mean. The two commonest species are :-Eunectes murinus - The Green Anaconda & Eunectes notaeus - the Yellow Anaconda
I would not like to encounter an anaconda in the wild. The anaconda is a known constrictor.
there are 2 kinds of anaconda 1) green anaconda 2) yellow anaconda
Did you mean anaconda if so amazon rain forest.
Eunectes Murinus is the scientific name for the Green Anaconda
The anaconda is smaller and less green than the green anaconda.
There are four types of anaconda. they are as follows the yellow anaconda ( Eunectes notaeus ) , the green anaconda ( Eunectes murinus ) , the Bolivian anaconda ( Eunectes beniensis ) , the dark spotted anaconda ( Eunectes deschauenseei ).
There are 4.Bolivian anacondaDark spotted anacondaGreen anacondaYellow anaconda
both but they say anaconda so it's anaconda
The two commonest species are the Green anaconda and the Yellow anaconda.
No, an anaconda is not a viper.
It is called "Anaconda" because an anaconda squeezes its victim to death like the the Union is going to "squeeze" the South.
They are the same thing. The press drew a cartoon of an anaconda, to indicate slow strangulation, and the Union's original war-plan was then nicknamed the Anaconda Plan (or the Anaconda).
An anaconda: the biggest snake in the world is the green anaconda.
You're the anemy of the anaconda
An Anaconda is a reptile
The plural of anaconda is anacondas.
No, anaconda are snakes and they do not have legs.
The longest anaconda is the green anaconda, growing to 5.21 m (17 ft).
a baby anacona is called an anaconda.....regardless of age, it is an anaconda
The Anaconda is definetely solitary.As soon as the anaconda is born, it leaves the area where it was born.
the female anaconda is much bigger then the male