A Scuba Diver Meets A Giant Anaconda That Is Seven Meters Long.

Bartolomeo Bove and his companion Juca Yagarape came face to face with a 23-foot (7-meter) long, 198-pound enormous green anaconda (90 Kgs) In July, the two friends were scuba diving in Brazil’s Formoso river when they came face to face with this massive lizard.

The enormous snake can be seen laying in the riverbed in the footage. When the snake sees the camera, it looks at it closely, flicks its tongue, and then swims away. Bove follows the enormous snake in order to acquire additional footage of it.

And he did manage to capture some incredible footage of the colossal reptile. He claims that his video demonstrates that anacondas are frequently misinterpreted as hostile animals; he claims that anacondas are not as aggressive as they are assumed to be.

“The Bonito area’s rivers and bodies of water are the only areas in South America where anacondas may be found in crystal clear waters, making diving with them conceivable.” Bove clarified the situation.

“As you can see in the video, the anaconda swims calmly and peacefully, absolutely unconcerned about our presence.” She occasionally approaches me, intrigued about my camera and licking the lens.”

“The anaconda’s conduct dispels the misconception that it is an aggressive and creature capable of endangering people’s lives,” Bove continued.

The green anaconda is the world’s largest snake, reaching 30 feet (9.1 meters) in length and weighing 550 pounds (250 Kg) These incredible king snakes are every bit as stunning as they seem in popular movies.

They move quickly, suffocating their prey by suffocating its breathing and wrapping their massive and equally powerful bodies around it. Their ability to unhinge their jaws allows them to swallow prey much larger than themselves.

The footage captured by Bove is shown below. Scroll down and click on the video if you’re ready to have your mind blown. You’ll wish you were born in Brazil after seeing it!