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anaconda

(ăn′ə-kŏn′də)
n.
Any of several nonvenomous, semiaquatic snakes of the genus Eunectes of tropical South America that kill by coiling around their prey, especially E. murinus, which can attain a length of up to 9 meters (29.5 feet).
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But his most terrifying experience is tracking a huge green anaconda - a man-eating constrictor which the Waorani revere.